Loyola University Chicago

Information Technology Services

ITS Green Initiative

~ Welcome to the Green Team ~

The ITS Green Team was created in the Fall of 2012 to help promote green practices within our department.  Our awesome team meets monthly to promote initiatives geared toward a more sustainable work place.  We also participate in the Campus Compost Collective Program which began in October 2012 to collect food and other compostable waste to be repurposed instead of sent to a landfill. 

We are always in search of new ways to “Go Green!” and are looking for fun staff to join our initiative.  Read on to see what we have been up to, and how you can get involved!

The Campus Compost Collective Program at Loyola

What is allowed in the white composting buckets?      
All food including meats, dairy, fruits, vegetables, bread, and baked goods
Tea and tea bags without staples, coffee grounds
Plain brown or white napkins and paper towels
Compostable non-waxy plates

Learn more about What Can Be Recycled in the various bins on our floor    ‌ 

See how the larger Loyola community is "Going Green" and take a tour of the new Institute of Environmental Sustainability

Got Questions?  Ask our Team: Mary Jo Banks, Heather Tomley, Bob Kraft, Kathy Chavez Dominik, Sondra Heine, Mary Bunker, Sarah Kentner, Dan Vander Meulen, Kristlyn Dalton, Corey James, and Will Schultze

We hold bi-monthly meetings in the Granada Center Room 217 from 12:00 - 1:00 pm, bring your lunch and join in the conversation!

    • Thursday, January 18, 2018
    • Wednesday, March 14, 2018
    • Wednesday, May 16, 2018
Review our Newsletters
Holiday 2017 Newsletter
Winter 2015 Newsletter

ITS Technology Recycle

The technology recycle program was a success! Thank you for your support!

Car Sharing at Loyola ‌

Did you know, as a Loyola employee, you can receive a discounted car-sharing membership with Enterprise/iGo cars?  To learn more about this awesome program, visit the Enterprise Car Sharing Program website at:  http://www.enterprisecarshare.com/car-sharing/program/luc.

Car sharing helps the environment by decreasing the number of cars on the road, thus reducing pollution and the use of natural resources including gas, oil, and manufacturing materials.  Car sharing vehicles are also newer on average than most personal vehicles, meaning greater improvements in engine technology and fuel efficiency. 

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