CSUN remains open but only limited face-to-face student services will continue to be available to increase social distancing for students and employees and significantly lower the number of people physically on campus. We are doing our part to "flatten the curve" of COVID-19.
Recycle-L, Matador Exchange, Trash Talkers, and Swap and Pop have been postponed indefinitely. We are still working hard to serve your needs and provide alternative opportunities.
AS Sustainability’s recycling program at CSUN was established in 1991 as a collaborative effort between Associated Students (AS) and the university, in order to promote the benefits of recycling and to divert recyclable materials from the university’s waste stream.
AS Sustainability continues to support the campus community by collecting cardboard, pallets, inkjet and laser toner cartridges, and electronic waste. In addition to collection services at over 200 locations on campus, the program supports and participates in various sustainability projects such as the award winning Sustainable Office Program, Zero Waste Events certification, and hosting educational events.
Watch the video below to get an idea of how recycling at CSUN works.