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SUSTAINABLE EDUCATION

Sustainability has become a front page issue as the
global economy continues to expand. Both in the
U.S. and abroad, the world economy's growth is
directly tied to natural resources. BYU-I's continued
growth is no different and will require reliable,
fairly priced resources to provide everything
from cleaning supplies to electricity.



Natural Resources are vital to BYU-I's core business
of educating students, these resources include coal,
natural gas, electricity, water and building materials.
Due to the scale of BYU-I's operations, the cost to
procure and deliver these resources in support of the
University cost millions of dollars every year. Sustainability
on the campus focuses on establishing a
comprehensive sustainability strategy for the school.




In addition, BYU-I seeks to stay abreast of new
technologies, identify opportunities and methods
to encourage consumption management and
implement energy conservation projects. As new
facilities are built they will be delivered in alignment
with the BYU-I comprehensive
energy/sustainability plan.



The BYU-Idaho Sustainability initiative seeks to
educate students and the community about resource
management, provide meaningful employment and
leadership experiences to BYU-Idaho Students, and
provide valuable service to the community. We
have partnered with the City of Rexburg to offer
full-service single-stream recycling to the Rexburg
area.

For more information, check out the links above,
or contact us at 496-2514 or
recycling.gm@byui.edu.

Click here for the Sustainability Plan (opens in new window).

Click here for new employee recycing training.