A student carries a cardboard box and smiles during Green Move Out.Lafayette will operate this to divert waste from the landfill and provide resources to those impacted by the effects of COVID-19. Students living in residence halls are encouraged to place unwanted items to be donated (e.g., clothes, non-perishables, school supplies) in the Green Move Out bins in the lobby or entryway of each residence hall. Students living off campus or in Greek life housing, 512 March Street, and Watson Courts can request a donation box to be delivered to their residence. Once items are collected and safely sanitized, they will be donated to Pard Pantry, Third Street Alliance, and other Easton organizations. 

The Green Move-Out logo of a green thumbs upPlease take all large items home. Students with unwanted large items can recycle them through the black dumpsters placed behind 421 Hamilton Street and behind Conway House. Wooden furniture, plastic furniture, shower caddies, futons, couches, rugs and carpets, and folding chairs are accepted in the black dumpsters. 

Look for the Green Thumbs Up across campus to donate.  For more information, visit sustainability.lafayette.edu or contact Kendall Roberson.

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