MVSU Sustainability Initiative will create awareness, facilitate transformative dialogue and provide opportunities for meaningful activities geared toward the development of a sustainable campus and community. The initiative will focus on the importance of sustainability; provide support for the on-campus MVSU Recycling Center; offer educational opportunities for the campus and community; and to use revenue generated from the Recycling Center to provide scholarships for students participating in greening/ sustainability initiatives.
LaFecia Hoover, Coordinator
Michael Anderson, Assistant Manager
Industrial Technology Rm. 116
Sustainability Initiative employs students who work to make campus operations more sustainable, drive sustainability initiatives, and educate the campus community about sustainability issues. Currently, there are 4 students working in the office. As positions become available, they are posted through the Office of Financial Aid.
The MVSU Sustainability Initiative internship provides an opportunity for students to earn college intern hours for performing work within the Office of Sustainability. Find more information on the internship program by contacting LaFecia Hoover, Sustainability Coordinator, at 662.254.3098
What MVSU Recycles
- Aluminum Cans
- Cell Phone/ Electronics Recycling
- Paper (Books/Directories, Cardboard, Colored Paper, Computer Paper, Copier Paper, Envelopes, Index Cards, NCR Paper, Newspaper, Notebook Paper, Magazines Shredded Paper)
- Plastic (1&2)
- Toner Cartridges (Picked up from departments by MVSU Recycle Team )
Items that we do not recycle: Aluminum Foil, Aluminum Pans, Food Wrappers (chip bags or candy wrappers), Styrofoam, Plastic food storage containers and
Where to Take Your Recycling
You can find recycling bins all throughout campus and in most buildings. Contact LaFecia Hoover at 662.254.3098 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to request more bins.
Curbside bins are also available behind the Industrial Technology Building to drop off recyclables (aluminum cans, cardboard, paper, plastic).