The Associated Students (AS) at California State University, Northridge (CSUN) designed and constructed a 10,000 square-feet Sustainability Center that opened in September 2017.
The AS Sustainability Center is a multi-functional space and use to serve as the central collection location for the campus recyclables. Recycling operations are now managed by the campus Facilities Management and the Sustainability Center has since shifted to hosting programs and services that focused on promoting a sustainable culture in the CSUN community.
It serves as the public face and administrative hub for AS Sustainability's and AS Productions' program and services, as the home of the administrative offices of the Institute for Sustainability, and as a focal point for the University community for educational programs, services and issues related to the environment and sustainability.
Check out this quick video below of how the center operated before 2017: