The following schools have achieved waste diversion of 90 percent or more through recycling and composting. They are the Zero Waste Wall of Fame.

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The Ohio State University achieved waste diversion of 90 percent or more through recycling and composting in 2012, 2013, 2014.

Rutgers University achieved waste diversion of 90 percent or more through recycling and composting in 2012.

The University of Akron achieved waste diversion of 90 percent or more through recycling and composting in 2014.

The University of Colorado – Boulder achieved waste diversion of 90 percent or more through recycling and composting in 2013, 2014.

The University of California – Davis achieved waste diversion of 90 percent or more through recycling and composting in 2012, 2014.

The University of Nevada – Las Vegas achieved waste diversion of 90 percent or more through recycling and composting in 2012.

 

The following schools have achieved waste diversion between 70% – 90% through recycling and composting. They are in the Green Zone.

Appalachian State University achieved waste diversion between 70% – 90% through recycling and composting in 2014.

Arizona State University achieved waste diversion between 70% – 90% through recycling and composting in 2014.

Assumption College achieved waste diversion between 70% – 90% through recycling and composting in 2012.

Bowdoin college achieved waste diversion between 70% – 90% through recycling and composting in 2012, 2013, 2014.

Carroll University achieved waste diversion between 70% – 90% through recycling and composting in 2013.

Colorado State University achieved waste diversion between 70% – 90% through recycling and composting in 2012, 2013, 2014.

The University of Florida achieved waste diversion between 70% – 90% through recycling and composting in 2014.

Franklin College achieved waste diversion between 70% – 90% through recycling and composting in 2012, 2013.

Grand Valley State University achieved waste diversion between 70% – 90% through recycling and composting in 2014..

Harvard University achieved waste diversion between 70% – 90% through recycling and composting in 2013, 2014

Humbolt State University achieved waste diversion between 70% – 90% through recycling and composting in 2012, 2013, 2014.

Kean University achieved waste diversion between 70% – 90% through recycling and composting in 2012.

Kent State University achieved waste diversion between 70% – 90% through recycling and composting in 2013.

Miami University – Oxford achieved waste diversion between 70% – 90% through recycling and composting in 2013.

Minnesota State Univerisity – Moorhead achieved waste diversion between 70% – 90% through recycling and composting in 2013.

The University of California – Berkeley achieved waste diversion between 70% – 90% through recycling and composting in 2012.

The University of Minnesota achieved waste diversion between 70% – 90% through recycling and composting in 2013, 2014.

The University of North Carolina at Charlotte achieved waste diversion between 70% – 90% through recycling and composting in 2014.

Ohio University achieved waste diversion between 70% – 90% through recycling and composting in 2012.

The University of Arkansas – Fayetteville achieved waste diversion between 70% – 90% through recycling and composting in 2013, 2014

The University of Rochester achieved waste diversion between 70% – 90% through recycling and composting in 2014.

The University of Virginia achieved waste diversion between 70% – 90% through recycling and composting in 2014.

The following schools have announced plans to move toward zero waste. We encourage you to learn from their programs.