Penn is the first University in the nation to introduce a new line of energy efficient, vending machines on campus called 2bU.
The University of Pennsylvania wants the campus community to recycle 30 percent of its waste as it joins more than 400 colleges and universities nationwide participating in RecycleMania this year....Read more »
Business Services’ Transportation and Parking Department launched a Commuter Survey in conjunction with its annual Parking Survey for the first time this past fall.
Business Services’ Transportation and Parking...Read more »
The Penn Undergraduate Assembly (UA) kicked off a pilot recycling bin program in Fisher-Hassenfeld College House over the weekend. The project is part of a larger UA review of recycling...Read more »
Take advantage of the new and existing recycling programs available through Penn Business Services.
Writing Instrument Recycling
Business Services has launched a new writing instrument recycling program in...Read more »
In support of Penn's Climate Action Plan, Facilities and Real Estate Services (FRES) is now providing electric utility data online in an effort to encourage members of the Penn community...Read more »
Penn News Staff, Penn Current -- University of Pennsylvania President Amy Gutmann was among 25 university presidents who have signed onto a global agreement in support of campus-wide principles and...Read more »
Becki Steinberg, The Daily Pennsylvanian -- With RecycleMania 2010 about one week underway, the kick off event for the competition took place in Houston Hall on Monday. Several sustainability-related...Read more »
Lynne Adkins, KYW Newsradio -- Penn is one of more than 400 colleges and universities competing over trash.
''Recyclemania'' is a friendly competition designed to increase awareness and participation in...Read more »