Printable Recycling Signage
Make you office or dorm room more sustainable with these free printable recycling signs! If you need a recycling bin contact Beth Gafford at email@example.com.
Our Waste Less Waste Guide, is perfect for offices or dorm rooms. This compact sign covers both what is recyclable and what must go in the landfill.
Waste 101 Covers how to use the recycling dumpster and trash compactor. If your building has a trash pile-up problem, this is the sign for you!
Recycling Printout for personal recycling bins.
Landfill Printout for personal trash bins.
Compost Use these guides to determine what to put in compost cans. Composting is available in select dining locations on campus.
Printer Cartrige Recycling Printer cartrige recycling bins are avalible beside every departmental printer on campus.
Printable Bulletin Boards
Use these free, printable bulletin boards to educate your students and co-workers about waste reduction on campus.
Reuse This! This Pinterest inspired board demonstrates how "trash" can be used to create something
functional, convenient, and trendy.
How Long Does Trash Last? When we consume goods, we rarely think about how long that trash will last. Will it decompose within 5 months or 5 years? Will it last a decade or a century? This board displays how long a small piece of trash can last in order to motivate students and staff to reduce their waste.
A Greener you at WKU. This board covers all the awesome sustainability opportunities WKU offers.
Which bin does this go in? This is a highly interactive board allows students sort different waste items on the board each week in order to learn what bin each item goes in based on the recycling facilities on campus.
The "Dirt" on WKU's Compost This Board explains WKU's AMAZING compost program and how students can assist with composting efforts.
Wot in Conservation? This board addressed the multitude of ways small changes can lead to conserving lots of resources.
Fix it WKU This board covers the benefits of fixing items and some "quick fix" ideas.
Borrow a Board Program
Resource Conservation has at least one laminated copy of each board listed above available for RA's and faculty members to borrow. Through this program, we are able to reduce paper waste and conserve time all while nurturing a campus culture of sharing. Click here to apply for the Borrow a Board Program!