Faculty and Staff Help Recycle 220 Tons of E-Waste

University faculty and staff, along with the local community, helped divert an estimated 220 tons of electronic waste from landfills at the annual e-waste recycling event recently. more »

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Planet Blue report highlights U-M sustainability achievements

The University of Michigan continues to show immense growth and engagement in sustainability education, research and operations, as shown in the 2013 Sustainability Progress Report released this week. In 2013, more »

The University of Michigan Upholstery Shop

Looking for a budget friendly and sustainable way to spruce up your office?
The University of Michigan Upholstery Shop can help give your work environment a fresh, new look and save you money at the same time. Choosing to refurbish and reuse instead of to replace is one way to reduce the university's impact on our environment. more »

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Radrick Farms Golf Course recognized for environmental achievement

The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality welcomes Radrick Farms Golf Course to the ranks of the Clean Corporate Citizen (C3) program. This makes Radrick Farms the first golf course operation to obtain designation and the 209th Michigan facility overall to receive this honor. more »

U-M's Ann Arbor campus recognized as Tree Campus USA

The University of Michigan's longstanding commitment to promoting healthy trees and engaging the community in the spirit of conservation has led the Ann Arbor campus to be recognized as a 2013 Tree Campus USA for the sixth consecutive year. more »

U-M Hospitals and Health Centers named among 50 greenest hospitals in America

Last week, the U-M Hospitals and Health Centers was recognized by "Becker's Hospital Review" as one of the 50 greenest hospitals in America. The accolade is another example of UMHHC's commitment to environmental preservation. more »