Non-Residence Hall Building Recycling

Cardboard: Any flattened cardboard placed in a designated cart next to a trash dumpster will be picked up by Notre Dame’s recycling crew.  Note: during move-in week 2020, Notre Dame was able to collect two tons of cardboard for recycling! If you have an abundance of cardboard, please submit an AiM work order to schedule a pick-up

Electronics and Small Kitchen Appliances: For obsolete electronics and small kitchen appliances, submit an AiM work order using the problem code RECYCLING.  For all other electronics and small kitchen appliances, submit an AiM work order using the problem code SURPLUS. Please be specific as to the location, the types of electronic and small kitchen appliance items to be picked up, and include a contact name and phone number.  Smaller electronic items MUST be in a container for pick-up.

Toner Cartridges: Please submit an AiM work order to schedule a pick-up using the problem code RECYCLING.  If you do not have access to submit a work order, please call the Work Control Center at 574-631-8888 and they can submit an order for the work on your behalf. Please be specific to the location, the number of cartridges to be picked up, and include a contact name and phone number.

Batteries and non-university cell phones: These go in the battery buckets, located in the Hammes Mowbray Lobby, DeBartolo Hall Help Desk Room 115, ITC Building Computer Service and Repair Office, Rockne Memorial Building Front Desk, and the Main Building West Side Entrance Recycling Station.

CFL Light bulbs: Offices should give their burned out bulbs to Maintenance or call 631-8888.

University Cell Phones, Tablets, and Computers: submit an AiM work order using the problem code of SURPLUS to schedule a pick-up.


Any general questions, please contact the Office of Sustainability via email at green@nd.edu.