Found in 1916, the Bloomberg School of Public Health is consistently ranked the #1 school of public health by U.S. News and World Report. Its mission is simply put, but far from simple: protect health and save lives, millions at a time. Milestone contributions to global public health include eradicating smallpox, engineering water safe to drink, and uncovering the dangers of tobacco smoke. Researchers today are working to uncover ways to eliminate Zika, encourage healthy behaviors, and improve quality of life for those living with chronic disease.
To request recycling services, including bins or pickup for special items, report plumbing and HVAC issues, and request event support, please submit an online request. For any other Facilities issues, call 410-955-3451.
Deposit batteries at central locations at 615 North Wolfe Street. Fluorescent lightbulbs will be stored and removed by Health, Safety, and Environment. Recycle computers and peripherals through IT by submitting a help ticket. Only university e-waste, not personal e-waste, is accepted. IT will wipe the hard drives before recycling.
Small appliances should be recycled using an IT help ticket. For large appliances (i.e., refrigerator), coordinate with Facilities at 410-955-3451. When a new appliance is purchased, the vendor should take and recycle the old one.
Facilities encourages returning cartridges back to HP directly or through Office Depot.
TerraCycle is a program that allows you to recycle items that are not accepted in traditional recycling bins, like writing utensils and energy bar wrappers.
Drop-off bins are located at 2007 E. Monument Street.
The School of Education collects and distributes surplus school supplies to Baltimore City schoolteachers. Collect these items in your space and send via campus mail to Homewood Recycling, who will transport the items to the School of Education. You can also bring directly to the School of Education.
Recycling bins are not permitted in labs, but you may recycle a limited number of items in the hallway recycling bins outside the lab if they have not been exposed to biological, chemical, or radiological contamination. Items include all types of office paper, pipette tip racks and boxes (not tips!), and plastic bottles which previously contained buffers or other solutions that did not include biological materials such as serum, growth factors, media supplements, etc. Labels of such bottles must be defaced or removed. Materials from labs must be collected within the lab and recycled of in designated bins in the hallway.
Pipette tips must go to biohazard. Hazardous chemical waste is collected in W1303 near the loading dock and disposed of by Health, Safety, and Environment.
Coordinate with Facilities by putting in a request or calling 410-955-3451. They will re-purpose the furniture within the School of Public Health buildings and then donate to a local partner.
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