Get Ready to Recyle!
Recycle Mania is a friendly eight-week competition between the top college and university recycling programs in the United States. The fun begins Sunday, February 4 through Saturday, March 31. To find out more about Recycle Mania, please visit the Recycle Mania organization.
Compete against other UA Residence Halls
During the national event, UA Housing & Residential Life puts their own spin on Recycle Mania and hosts a head-to-head competition between the halls. Students can earn points across several categories and the hall with the most points wins. Here’s what you need to know:
Throw all of your glass, paper, plastic, and aluminum/tin in your hall's recycling bins to earn points.
Recyclable: paper, plastic 1-7, aluminum and tin, and glass in the mixed recycling bins. We also recycle cardboard in outdoor cages, plastic bags in a blue bin near the vending machines, as well as ink and non-alkaline batteries in the indoor recycling tubes.
Not recyclable: hot coffee cups, styrofoam, plastic utensils, foil, and anything with food particles.
Watch this video to learn more about what's recyclable on campus.
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Attend your hall’s sustainability programs and the Eco-Rep sponsored “Earth Hour” celebration on the UA Mall, Saturday, March 24 from 8-10pm. Earn points.
The top 3 dorms with the most points will win money towards a sustainable hall program of their choice.
2018 Winners: Likins (1st), Pueblo de la Cienega (2nd), Manzanita-Mohave (3rd)
2017 Winners: Hopi/Graham-Greenlee (1st), Manzanita-Mohave (2nd), Historic Lane (3rd)
2016 Winners: Manzanita-Mohave (1st), Historic Lane (2nd), Hopi/Graham-Greenlee (3rd)
2015 Winners: Hopi/Graham-Greenlee (1st), Historic Lane (2nd), Stadium (3rd)
2014 Winners: Yuma (1st), Cochise (2nd), Hopi/Graham-Greenlee (3rd)
2013 Winners: Pima Hall (1st), Parker (2nd), Pueblo de la Cienega (3rd)
2012 Winners: Navajo-Pinal (1st), Yuma (2nd), Kaibab-Huachuca (3rd)
2011 Winners: Yuma (1st), Hopi/Graham-Greenlee (2nd), La Paz (3rd)
2010 Winners: Kaibab-Huachuca (1st), Manzanita-Mohave (2nd), Yuma (3rd)
2009 Winners: Posada San Pedro (1st), Maricopa (2nd), Pueblo de la Cienega (3rd)