Talking Trash at Syracuse University

Do you know what happens to your trash once you throw it away? Many tend to forget about their garbage once it’s out of sight, but waste management plays an important role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and providing a clean and safe environment for community members.

Syracuse University makes a conscious effort to reduce the amount of waste produced on and around campus. The University partners with Syracuse Haulers Waste Removal and the Onondaga County Resource Recovery Agency (OCCRA) to dispose of any waste. OCCRA is the agency that oversees what happens to waste and recycling in the county. Recycling is mandatory in Onondaga County and therefore, on campus.

Read the full article on Syracuse University News.