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Recycling Statistics 

Here are some misc. recycling statistics from the last several years. If you have any questions, please call at 865-1881 or email at recycle@providence.edu

 

2010

Iron/Steel: 42 tons
Aluminum: 0.582 tons
Copper: 1.66 tons
Mixed Paper: 87 tons
Bottles/Cans: 44 tons
Cardboard: 61 tons
Fluorescent Lamps: 2.48 tons
E-Waste: 13 tons
Batteries: 0.82 tons
Non-PCB Ballasts: 2.14 tons

 

2009

Cans and Bottles: 92593.2 pounds (42 tons)
Mixed Paper: 202823.2   pounds (92 tons)
Cardboard: 94797.8   pounds (43 tons)
Iron/Steel: 57319.6 pounds(26 tons)
Aluminum: 44.092 pounds (0.02 tons)
Copper: 132.276 pounds (0.06 tons) 
Fluorescent Lamps: 9215.23 pounds (4.18 tons)
E-Waste: 15101.5 pounds (6.85 tons)
Batteries: 2050.27 pounds (0.93 tons)
Non-PCB Ballasts: 903.88 pounds (0.41 tons)
Wood waste: 98457.43 pounds (44.66 tons)
Concrete Debris: 52315.15 pounds (23.73 tons)

Slavin Center Remodel(2009)

(note: these totals are included in the 2009 stats)

Metal: 14.17 tons
Wood: 39.01 tons
Cardboard: 3.65 tons
Concrete: 23.73 tons

 

2008

Cans and Bottles: 112434.6 pounds (51 tons)
Mixed Paper: 158731.2 pounds (72 tons)
Cardboard : 125662.2 pounds (57 tons)
Iron/Steel: 8818.4 pounds (4 tons)
Aluminum: 44.092 pounds (0.02 tons)
Brass: 6999.605 pounds (3.175 tons)
Copper: 132.76 pounds (0.06 tons)
Fluorescent Lamps: 247.106 pounds (1.11 tons)
E-Waste: 14550.35 pounds (6.6 tons)
Non-PCB Ballasts: 573.196 pounds (0.26 tons)
Leaves/Yard Waste: 71252.67 pounds (32.32 tons)

 

2007

Cans and Bottles: 49,131 pounds (24.57 tons)
Mixed Paper: 149,715 pounds (74.86 tons)
Cardboard : 54,405 pounds
Overhead Transparencies : 744
Floppy Disks: 49
Printer Cartridges: 69
Cell Phones: 4
Batteries:  402 lbs
Computers monitors:  248
Unsorted Computer and Electronic Equipment: 4,063 lbs
Mixed Fluorescent Lamps: 11,532  lamps
Light Ballasts: 1,053 lbs
Mattresses: 136
Clothing/Shoes: 1,495 lbs (donated)
Non-perishable food: 2,500 lbs (donated)
Furniture : 1,195

 

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