A number of guides have been created to share helpful information about how to conserve resources, reduce waste and recycle everything we possibly can on campus. Choose one of the guides below to get you connected to a variety of resources which can help you live more lightly on the Earth. Hyperlinks in the guides will bring you to additional resources for you to get additional information.
- Resident Sustainability Guide (PDF) This offers helpful information on how to reduce your environmental impact on campus, at Trinity Hall and Goldsmith Hall, with information specific to waste minimisation and management for Trinity-owned accommodation. It also gives guidance on sustainable transport options to get you around the city.
- Staff Sustainability Guide (PDF) Staff can contribute to our energy goals, water conservation goals, waste minimisation and waste reduction goals with the help of this nifty guide. Hyperlinks embedded in the guide will bring you to additional sources of information and tell you how to connect up with like-minded colleagues to effect greater change!
- Student Sustainability Guide (PDF) With 17,000 students attending Trinity, we have the capacity to impact Trinity’s environmental footprint in a very positive way. Use the tips and information in this guide to find out what you can do to help reduce your environmental impact and how to get connected into various groups to participate actively in sustainability initiatives.
This is a comprehensive guide to recycling almost everything at Trinity. While it is illegal to bring in domestic rubbish to Trinity, you can use facilities on campus to recycle as much of your office/college waste as possible. From paper to batteries to electronic equipment, we have many recycling streams to keep wastes out of landfill and incineration (the least preferable options).