2002-2003 School Year Recycling Stats

  • 334.4 tons of paper, cardboard, books, glass, plastic, tin
  • 18.8 tons of metal
  • 2.0 tons of computers
  • 0.7 batteries
  • 0.2 tons of florescent light bulbs

2003-2004 Recycling Stats

  • 290.8 tons paper, cardboard, glass, plastic
  • 10.9 tons metal scrap bin
  • 3.5 tons metal delivered
  • 3.0 tons computers
  • 0.8 tons batteries
  • 0.8 light bulbs

2004-2005 Recycling Stats

  • 295.2 tons paper, cardboard, glass, plastic
  • 12.3 tons metal scrap bin
  • 2.1 tons metal delivered
  • 3.5 tons computers
  • 0.5 tons batteries
  • 5.5 tons project donation - move out
  • 0.4 light bulbs

2005-2006 Recycling Stats

  • 306.6 tons of paper, cardboard, books, glass, plastic, tin
  • 9.7 tons of metal
  • 4.7 tons of computers
  • 0.8 tons of batteries
  • 6 tons from Project Donation
  • 4.8 tons of pallets
  • 0.1 tons of florescent light bulbs

2006-2007 Recycling Stats

  • 333.9 tons of paper, cardboard, books, glass, plastic, tin
  • 14.4 tons of metal
  • 10.5 tons of computers
  • 0.7 tons of batteries
  • 6.6 tons from Project Donation
  • 2.6 tons of pallets
  • 0.6 tons of florescent light bulbs

2007-2008 Recycling Stats

  • 390.9 tons of paper, cardboard, books, glass, plastic, tin
  • 4.5 tons of metal
  • 13.9 tons of computers
  • 0.6 tons of batteries
  • 10.3 tons from Project Donation
  • 0.2 tons of pallets
  • 1.5 tons of florescent light bulbs

2008-2009 Recycling Stats

  • 445.9 tons of paper, cardboard, books, glass, plastic, tin
  • 20.3 tons of metal
  • 16.0 tons of computers
  • 2.8 tons of batteries
  • 2.0 tons from Project Donation
  • 3.6 tons of pallets
  • 1.6 tons of florescent light bulbs

2009-2010 Recycling Stats

  • 449.6 tons of paper, cardboard, books, glass, plastic, tin
  • 24.7 tons of metal
  • 13.6 tons of computers
  • 0.9 tons of batteries
  • 3.7 tons from Project Donation
  • 7.5 tons of pallets
  • 2.8 tons of florescent light bulbs
  • 71.0 tons of compost
  • 581.3 tons of recycling
  • 1357.3 tons of material were sent to the land fill
  • 30% of GVSU waste was recycled in the 09-10 school year

2010-2011 Recycling Stats

  • 505.8 tons of paper, cardboard, books, glass, plastic, tin
  • 15.3 tons of metal
  • 20 tons of computers
  • 1.7 tons of batteries
  • 5.4 tons from Project Donation
  • 6.4 tons of pallets
  • 2.4 tons of florescent light bulbs
  • 248.4 tons of compost
  • 805.5 tons of recycling
  • 1352.1 tons of material were sent to the land fill
  • 37% of GVSU waste was recycled in the 10-11 school year

2011-2012 Recycling Stats

  • 554.1 tons of paper, cardboard, books, glass, plastic, tin
  • 24.5 tons of metal
  • 21.5 tons of computers
  • 0.8 tons of batteries
  • 3.0 tons from Project Donation
  • 4.7 tons of pallets
  • 2.6 tons of florescent light bulbs
  • 295 tons of compost
  • 906.2 tons of recycling
  • 1262.1 tons of material were sent to the land fill
  • 42% of GVSU waste was recycled in the 11-12 school year

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