UNT Health Science Center is committed to creating solutions for a healthier community. The Office of Sustainability within Facilities Management supports that mission by encouraging our campus to adopt behaviors that are better for the health of our community and environment. Our purpose is to partner with various departments and persons on campus and in the community to implement sustainable practices on campus.
For over a decade, the campus has been implementing strategies to be good stewards of our resources. These initiatives include reducing energy usage, conserving water, and recycling to name a few. Learn what our campus is doing to be sustainable and get involved in the efforts!
We started a new program called Lab Efficiency Action Program (LEAP) for labs to get rewarded for practicing safe, efficient and sustainable behaviors in the lab. See the brochure here, and contact us if you’d like more information.
Bring your used and unused greeting cards to campus now through January 31st. We’ll be donating them to the Welman Project, a Fort Worth-based company that upcycles materials for creative use in the classroom. You can interoffice mail them to “FMB 110” or put them in the Recycling 2.0 bins in the MET or LIB by the cafes.
Interested in riding public transportation to campus? Learn more about your options by clicking here.
Interested in volunteering with or gardening at the UNTHSC Community Garden? Contact us to learn more!