School of Medicine Green Team

 

Green Team Members:

Left to Right: Asli Bahadirli-Talbott, Barbara Carson, Dezire Chaney, Chris Henry, Jessie Hillman, Elizabeth Huyette-Arrizza, Tina Largent, Mohamed Lehar, Karla McClintock, Evan Mead-Brewer, Allen Strong. Not Pictured: Carolyn Chapman, Rich Sebour, Kathleen Wilsbach.

 

Current Activities:

Recently, the team has been working to find local opportunities for repurposing unwanted books, materials, and supplies.

 

Accomplishments:

        
  
  • Team members at 1830 E. Monument St. worked to bring a recycling program to their building, which is managed by a third-party and not SOM Facilities. After collaborating with the building management, team members and other volunteers assembled bins and distributed them throughout the building in October 2014.
  • With the help of Green Team members, numerous offices have switched to more sustainable supplies. This includes using recycled-content copy paper, paper plates instead of styrofoam, as well as many other changes.
  • To date, the SOM Facilities Management office has the highest Green Office Certification score at the university.

 

 

Green Office Certifications:

Offices can pursue Green Office Certification by completing a sustainability checklist. A score up to 5 feathers can be earned and offices represented by Green Team members are listed below.

   

SOM Facilities Management

                                     

            

 

 

Meeting Schedule & Contact Information:

Click here to learn more about the Green Teams Program at Johns Hopkins. The School of Medicine Green Team meets on the second Wednesday of every month at 11:00 AM in the Miller Research Building. To get involved with the team's efforts, please contact the team's leader:

 

Page Last Updated: November 19, 2014

Ideas in Action

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Office paper is highly recyclable, but a lot gets wasted. Waste reduction is more cost-effective than recycling because it reduces the amount of material that needs to be collected, transported and processed.