FAMU– It does not have any campus-wide recycling programs but has six strategically placed cardboard receptacles around campus. As well, they recycle cooking oils and hazardous wastes.FAU– Project activities are coordinated by the Environmental Science Program in collaboration with the FAU recycling and facilities management department and carried out by students who recycle materials including glass, plastic, aluminum, yard trash, carpet, waste paint, wood waste, and paper from offices, classrooms, and residence halls. Florida Gulf Coast University-Through collaboration with the Environmental Stewardship Advisory Council, Environmental, Health and Safety and Student Support Services, FAU assists students, employees and visitors in recycling bottles, cans, cell phones, batteries, electronic devices, fluorescent lamps, ink and toner cartridges, oil, paper, cardboard and newsprint. FIU-The recycling and waste unit is responsible for collecting and disposing of the following recyclable materials and waste: paper, corrugated paper, aluminum, plastics, glass, light bulbs, wood pallets, batteries, oil, oil rags and tires with the assistance of the motor vehicle services. Paper supplies in all public rest rooms are 100 percent recycled products. New College– Cardboard, plastic, glass, aluminum, office paper, computers and related electric equipment are recycled. UCF– The UCF Knight Cycle is a recycling program run by the special services unit which is responsible for recycling corrugated cardboard, aluminum cans, office paper, plastic soda bottles, milk jugs and laundry detergent jugs.USF– The biology department participates in battery recycling: alkaline, NiCAD/NiMH and lithium.UWF– The Student Environment Action Society, in conjunction with the Monofilament Recovery and Recycling Program and the Environmental Health and Safety Department, recycle glass, aluminum and steel cans, plastic Nos. 1-7, mixed paper, junk mail, paperboard and cardboard, newspaper, catalogs, magazines and phonebooks. TCC– TCC has a recycling bin placed in every office and recycles catalogs, cardboard and Styrofoam. UF– UF has the most “green” buildings in one area than anywhere in the nation and is among the first universities to establish an Office of Sustainability. The program recycles paper, cans, glass and a variety of waste. UNF– UNF has a formal recycling program that recycles books, cardboard, glass, plastic, wood pallets, steel and aluminum cans. Also, it has constructed several energy-conserving buildings throughout campus. FSU– Garnet and Gold Goes Green, a recycling initiative at sporting events, and the Environmental Service Program, a student driven organization have combined efforts in recycling aluminum, plastic and glass with additional focus to energy and water conservation.