Sixth Annual Hazardous and Electronic Waste Collection Day

Clean out your offices and closets!

When: Tuesday, March 29, 2016 from 11am to 2pm

Where: William & Mary Hall parking lot

What: Drop off materials like chemicals, batteries, light bulbs, broken electronics and other objects to keep them out of the landfill .
* Departments of the College can request free pick-up of large electronic waste (non hazardous materials), such as old computers and copiers.  The form to request a pick-up will be active until March 23 or until all slots are filled.

Why: Because W&M is competing with other universities nationwide in RecycleMania!

Who: Sponsored by Facilities Management, Environment Health and Safety, the Office of Sustainability,  and the Office of Procurement. Questions call FM Work Control at 221-2270 and they will direct you

Facilities Management, Environment Health & Safety, the Office of Sustainability, and the Office of Procurement are working together to host a hazardous materials and electronic waste drop-off event for the campus.  Instead of throwing those used batteries and other materials in the trash or dumping chemicals down the drain, bring them to the W&M Hall parking lot on Tuesday, March 29, 2016 from 11am to 2pm and we will collect them to be recycled and/or disposed of in an environmentally safe manner.  Anyone with a W&M ID can bring in items from the list below for disposal (for record keeping purposes, we will be checking IDs, so please bring your ID with you). 

Students, considered a part of campus for purposes of the College’s hazardous waste contracts, can bring in anything on the list linked above, even if you live off campus.  Now is a great opportunity to properly dispose of any cleaning chemicals, aerosol cans, etc, before you move out for the semester.  We will also accept broken electronics.  If you have working electronics that you just don’t want any more please donate them to a local charity. A reminder that Swem Library has year round collection points for dry batteries, cell phones and toner cartridges.

 For faculty and staff, the items must be from campus; for example, you can bring in an old computer from your office, but not the gallons of paint you have in your garage at home.  We will take any and all College-tagged equipment ready for removal, and a Procurement representative will be standing by to ensure the item has been properly checked out according to state asset standards. James City County collection dates for many hazardous materials can be found at: