Welcome to Sustainability at Wesleyan!
Wesleyan University has been actively promoting sustainability since the 1980s. Through the efforts of the Wesleyan Sustainability Office, Sustainability Advisory Group (SAGES), and the campus community, Wesleyan has expanded its sustainability efforts, which now include include a climate action plan and many sustainability policies and projects. Please look through the links to the left to learn more about SAGES, the Sustainability Office, Green Team, student involvement, and our specific initiatives: climate action, building and grounds, dining and food, engagement and events, energy, waste reduction, transportation, purchasing, and water.
Check out Wesleyan's Freecycle email listserv or Facebook page to exchange work-related items (excess office supplies, furniture, etc.) or personal items (clothing, electronics, children's things, etc.) within the Wesleyan campus community!
Get involved with SAGES in 2017
Earth Month 2017 is here!
STARS Report Released
Recycle your writing utensils, batteries and more!
There are two new (bright green) recycling locations in Exley lobby (near Pi Cafe) and in Usdan (by the north entrance). Both stations accept writing utensils, batteries, CDs, ink cartridges, string lights, CFLs, and other non-conventional recyclables. To recycle other items, visit the where we recycle page.