WASHINGTON, D.C.

The Washington, D.C. Center houses three divisions across three buildings: the Advanced Academic Programs, Carey School of Business, and the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies.

CAMPUS HIGHLIGHTS

  • In 2016, the DC campus launched a reusable to-go container initiative in campus cafes, helping to reduce waste and engage students, staff and faculty about daily reuse opportunities more broadly.
  • Since 2008, the DC campus decreased electricity by 16.9 percent and natural gas by 87.9 percent.

KEY CONTACTS

To request recycling services (including additional bins, toter deliveries, or pickup for special items), report plumbing and HVAC issues, or request event support at the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), submit a Zendesk ticket. At Carey Business School, contact operations at 202-588-0597.

FAQs

University space: Call 410-955-3324 to request pickup. Only university e-waste is accepted. Please collect batteries separately. Custodial Services does not take responsibility for any confidential information left on loose devices. Please wipe before recycling.

Bayview: Call Safety at 410-550-0227 to request pickup.

University space: Call 410-955-3323 to request pickup of large appliances (i.e., refrigerator) and lightbulbs. Call 410-955-3324 to request pickup of small appliances (i.e., microwave). 

Bayview: Call Safety at 410-550-0227 to request pickup. Vendor will recycle fluorescent lightbulbs.

SAIS: Request a pickup of printer cartridges by IT by emailing saishelp@jhu.edu.

Carey Business School: Operations encourages returning cartridges back to HP directly. Alternatively, request a pickup through IT, who sends toner and ink back to the vendor for recycling.

AAP: Facilities encourages returning cartridges back to HP directly or through Office Depot.

SAIS: Submit a Zendesk ticket to have unwanted furniture picked up. Facilities will work to repurpose it within the building and then recycle it.

Carey Business School: Contact Campus Operations (202-588-0597) for recycling and reuse within the building.