Recycle Small Electronics, Bulbs, Disks at New Center

Nestled in a small corner of the Exley lobby, just adjacent to the entrance of the newly-renovated Pi Cafe, is a brand-new electronics and alternative materials recycling center.

Nestled in a small corner of the Exley lobby, just adjacent to the entrance of the newly-renovated Pi Cafe, is a new electronics and alternative materials recycling center. The center was provided by Wesleyan’s Office of Sustainability and is accessible to anyone on campus who wishes to recycle items that cannot be recycled in a traditional manner. The center has spaces for small electronics, inkjet/toner cartridges, lead acid batteries, alkaline batteries, CDs/DVDs, and compact fluorescent light bulbs.

Zachary Berkowitz '18 recycled a few used alkaline batteries.

Zachary Berkowitz ’18 recycled a few used alkaline batteries.

Tess Litchman '16 and Maya Berkman '16 were all smiles as they used the new center to recycle an old fluorescent light bulb.

Tess Litchman ’16 and Maya Berkman ’16 were all smiles as they used the new center to recycle an old fluorescent light bulb. (Photos by Will Barr ’18)