Spring Clean Up 2017

 
It’s time to clean out your unwanted office items! The Administration & Finance VP's Office is hosting a Spring Clean-up for faculty and staff. This event is for large/bulky items, electronic waste, and hazardous waste.
 
**A&F will cover the cost of all service request that contain the text "SPRING CLEAN UP" placed from May 30-June 9.**
 
**Pickups will be completed throughout the summer, as staff is available.**
 

WHEN: Tuesday May 30 - Friday June 9

WHO: Faculty and Staff only

HOW:

Reusable items:
Post reusable items on the Sustainability Listserv to see if anyone wants to claim them or drop them off in one of our Goodwill Bins
 
Oversized objects (e.g. furniture):
Click here to submit a service request for a free pick up. Please label your items "SPRING CLEAN UP." Note: your item will be picked up as staff time permits.
 
Electronic waste:
Free e-waste drop offs at the Fine Arts Loading Dock 10am-12pm on Tuesday, May 30 and 12pm-2pm on Wednesday, June 7. Bring old and/or non-working electronics. If you can't make it to the open hours, contact your closest ewaste site coordinator to schedule a drop off. If the item is too large to move, please submit a service request. 
Fine Arts - Diana Rumjahn
Library - Tina Easter
Property Office - Stan Pearse
Thornton Hall - Michael Fong 
 
The Confidential Data Policy governs items that contain or may contain confidential data, including papers and University-owned electronics with non-volatile memory. Non-volatile memory electronics, working or not, must be disposed of via the University's e-waste vendor or transferred to another University department; they cannot be put in the Goodwill bins. Papers with Level 1 or Level 2 data must be disposed of in secure shred bins. View the e-waste FAQ.
 
Hazardous materials, lamps, batteries:

Contact Marsha Elliott from Environment, Health and Safety to coordinate removal via email or at (925) 922-0391. Label your items "EHS PICK UP." 

We’re encouraging individuals to get rid of chemicals that are no longer needed or used. Examples may include: old/expired/unknown chemicals, chemical containers that are damaged or nearly empty, & other specialty items, such as batteries, or lamps. 
 
Remember to fill out a Property Form for any item with a property tag!
Click here to fill out a property form.
For items worth more than $1000, please contact Stan Pearse via email or at (415) 405-3584. Items worth over $1,000 can be resold at a state auction. 
 
Questions?
Please contact the Facilites Service Center with any questions at (415) 338-1568.