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    Management Center Authorized Users Event Request Form Support Services Chargeable Services Custodial Services Pest Control Moving Checklist Friday Moves Department Vehicles WMC Statistics Keys and Building Access Key Policy Key Forms Unlocking Locking Classrooms Doors Instructional Video Internal Audit Newsletter Physical Plant Environmental Initiatives FGCU Recycles Toner Recycling Eagles Heart Tap Water Tree Campus USA Turn Me Off Waste Services Electronic Recycling Contact Us Related Resources Environmental Stewardship Facilities Planning

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/PhysicalPlant/internal-audit-newsletter.html (2016-02-07)
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    FGCU is located It is important to check with your local municipality to determine what items are recyclable To facilitate what is considered recyclables and waste on campus and thus Lee County two user friendly posters have been created Downloadable poster of acceptable recyclable items on campus Downloadable poster of what is considered waste If you notice a campus location that would benefit from a recycling container contact the Work Management Center at 590 1370 or wmc fgcu edu The following recyclables can now be placed in the same BLUE bins on campus Newspaper Mixed Office Paper and Cardboard Mixed office paper is collected in small blue recycling containers in offices and workspaces These containers are collected for recycling every day as needed If an office bin becomes filled it can either be placed outside the office or suite door for collection that night or be emptied into the larger blue Slim Jim recycling bins located in the nearest copy room For large amounts of paper recycling including phone books outdated course schedules and other pamphlets or brochures contact the Work Management Center at 590 1370 or wmc fgcu edu A work order will be inputted and the material will be picked up and stored for recycling Several large recycling dumpsters are located on campus with the two largest dumpsters being behind Howard Hall and the Student Union The custodial staff will collect all broken down boxes with a bright green recycle sticker placed on them and recycle the boxes in these dumpsters Contact the Work Management Center at 590 1370 or wmc fgcu edu for recycle stickers Glass Aluminum Steel and Plastic Containers 1 7 Aluminum and steel cans glass bottles and plastic containers marked 1 7 were already commingled with the previous recycling system on campus Now they can also be commingled with paper recyclables in the same containers All these products can be placed in the blue bins Cleartainers and three part bins located throughout campus Comprehensive listing sorting recyclables and waste items as expected on campus Other items that can be recycled off campus Plastic Bags Plastic bags cannot be placed in any recycling bin as Lee County does not currently recycle plastic bags However the Physical Plant has taken it upon the department to gather plastic bags and take them to Publix who recycles them at their facility in Lakeland There is currently one plastic bag recycling container on campus located in the Work Management Center Campus Support Complex room 30 If you would be interested in supporting plastic bag recycling in your area please contact the Work Management Center at 590 1370 or wmc fgcu edu Plastic bags can be taken to local supermarkets for recycling Recyclemania FGCU Student Government in partnership with the FGCU community has been participating in Recyclemania since 2009 Recyclemania is an 8 week intercollegiate recycling competition that is held during the spring semester each year Colleges and Universities from all over the US and Canada participate in the competition

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/PhysicalPlant/fgcu-recycles.html (2016-02-07)
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    Off Waste Services Electronic Recycling Contact Us Related Resources Environmental Stewardship Facilities Planning Renovations Office Furniture Physical Plant Monday Friday 8 00 a m 5 00 p m Phone 239 590 1370 Email wmc fgcu edu Campus Support Room 30 Toner Recycling Used printer and toner cartridges can be recycled Just look for the containers with the words Make a Difference Printer Cartridges Cell Phone Recycling The following locations are being designated as drop off points for the collection of used printer cartridges Academic Building 7 Room 442 Mailroom Aquatics Complex Take to Campus Recreation Modular room 107 Arts Complex Room 106 Copy Room inside room 107 Ben Hill Griffin Hall Room 144 Mail Copy Room Broadcast Building Room 68 Mail Copy room in back of building Campus Recreation Modular Room 107 Copy Room Campus Support Complex CSC Room 72 Mailroom Corridor Cohen Center Fishbowl Edwards Hall Room 209 Break Room Environmental Health Safety EH S Modular Storage Area Family Resource Center Take to CSC or Whitaker Hall Holmes Hall First Floor Atrium The Link Howard Hall Room 212 Break Room Library Room 117 Central Receiving Library Room 461 Copy Room Lutgert Hall Holmes Hall Atrium Marieb Hall Fourth Floor

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/PhysicalPlant/10347.asp (2016-02-07)
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    borrowed from other higher education institutions such as MIT UC Berkley and the University of Vermont Information About Tap Water at FGCU The tap water on campus at FGCU is completely safe to drink FGCU pays thousands annually to ensure the tap water is clean and safe to drink The tap water on campus is tested weekly and meets all county state and federal standards including the Safe Drinking Water Act enacted by the EPA Since bottled water is regulated as a food by the FDA it is not required to undergo the same testing in certified labs or report violations according to the US Government Accountability Office How Drinking Tap Water Can Help The Environment Significant reduction of bottle waste can reduce FGCU s carbon footprint due to fuel savings from both the manufacturer of the bottles as well as the transportation costs associated with water delivery According to Earth 911 creating new bottles from recycled plastic uses two thirds less energy than creating bottles from raw materials However the US Government Accountability Office reports that only 23 5 percent of plastic bottles are recycled By reducing the amount of plastic bottles used and ultimately discarded and recycling what we do use we reduce the amount of resources used in the process Where You Can Get Tap Water on Campus While the water is safe from any water fountain or sink on campus a test water refill spigot and informational sign was installed on the water fountain at the Fitness Center in 2009 The feedback received from both patrons and employees of the fitness center was so positive vertical refill spigots as well as water bottle filling stations have been installed in several other locations on campus including Edwards Hall First Floor Alico Arena First Floor and Auxiliary Gym

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/PhysicalPlant/eagles-hearts-tap-water.html (2016-02-07)
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    University FGCU had to complete an application process which included meeting five standards developed by the Arbor Day Foundation These standards are designed to promote student involvement on campus Visit the Tree Campus USA website to review the standards A committee was formed consisting of students faculty staff and members of the surrounding community to develop the Tree Campus Plan and complete the application for entrance into the program To help qualify for the Tree Campus USA program a conservation map was created by Johnson Engineering that provides a detailed description of the wetlands and uplands on the FGCU campus This map will help with urban forestry projects to keep with the Tree Campus USA mission FGCU was certified as an official Tree Campus USA university on January 9 2010 and has met annual recertification standards since that time The Tree Care Advisory Committee continues to meet throughout the year to discuss ways to implement and improve the original Tree Campus Plan In February 2012 FGCU was selected to receive 5 000 grant awarded from the National Arbor Day Foundation for its work with the Tree Campus USA program The grant was used to purchase 36 LAUREL OAK trees that were planted on the FGCU Library Lawn on January 20 2012 in honor of Florida Arbor Day The Arbor Day Foundation also supplied Tree Campus USA t shirts hats gloves and lunch for 100 volunteers Student volunteers staff and faculty gathered to plant the trees that now provide valuable shade in a highly visible and much used hub of campus activity FGCU was the first University in the country to receive the National Arbor Day Award for the best Arbor Day Celebration on February 9 2012 due to the efforts set forth by the Tree Care Advisory Committee and FGCU

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/PhysicalPlant/tree-campus-usa.html (2016-02-07)
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    CAMPUS Utility Usage Across Campus Along with calculating energy use per building Physical Plant monitors utility usage namely usage of water on campus The following chart displays a comparison of gallon usage per building and the percentage of increase or decrease from the previous year Lee County Utilities Water Bill Comparison Building July 2013 June 2014 gallons July 2014 June 2015 12 month comparison July 2013 June 2014 July 2014 June 2015 12 month comparison Ben Hill Griffin 16 000 4 65 Reed Hall 26 000 10 57 Library 30 000 11 15 Howard Hall 78 000 21 25 McTarnaghan Hall 17 000 8 81 Wellness Center 9 000 13 24 Central Energy Plant 913 000 12 13 Broadcast Building 44 000 33 08 Family Resource Center 36 000 19 25 Campus Support Complex 17 000 8 50 Merwin Hall 18 000 5 19 Information Booth 0 0 00 Recreation Fields 50 000 238 10 Whitaker Hall 33 000 10 58 Alico Arena 1 615 000 33 53 Arts Complex 24 000 23 30 Cohen Center 16 000 1 29 Pool Building Side 61 000 24 21 Welcome Center 10 000 29 41 Campus Loop Modulars 1 2 7 000 9 21 Kleist Health Ed Center 10 000 55 56 Edwards Hall 11 000 5 34 Library Annex 17 000 3 46 Pool Aquatics side 491 000 56 37 Music Modular 70 000 66 67 Sugden Hall 4 000 1 54 Lutgert Hall 3 000 0 77 Grounds Barn storage 50 000 42 37 Holmes Hall 10 000 2 83 Outdoor Sports Complex 82 000 19 11 Seidler Hall Science 7 000 1 77 Music Building 326 000 86 24 Marieb Hall 27 000 13 50 Waterfront Building 1 000 6 25 TOTALS 999 000 5 03 Additional resources Phantom Load Case Studies Phantom Load Webinar PowerPoint Phantom Load Webinar Questions Answers 5 000 0 3 000 15 000 1 000 0 5 000 Light switch stickers have been placed on outlets throughout campus to remind students faculty and staff to turn off lights before they leave a classroom The Physical Plant hopes these efforts will increase awareness of energy use on campus ultimately reducing the University s carbon footprint If you have questions or concerns regarding this information please contact the Work Management Center at 590 1370 or wmc fgcu edu ENERGY USE ACROSS CAMPUS Computer Energy Usage Inspections were done across campus to identify areas where electricity is left on during off hours and usage audits were conducted before during and after normal office hours of Monday through Friday 8am 5pm Inspections have identified that most lab computers are left on most of time which significantly increases demand to not only power the equipment but to keep the air handlers running extra to combat heat generated from the computer equipment In conservative estimates reduced energy consumption in areas left on during idle hours could reduce energy costs between 60 000 and 80 000 annually campus wide An individual

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/PhysicalPlant/turn-me-off.html (2016-02-07)
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    Access Key Policy Key Forms Unlocking Locking Classrooms Doors Instructional Video Internal Audit Newsletter Physical Plant Environmental Initiatives FGCU Recycles Toner Recycling Eagles Heart Tap Water Tree Campus USA Turn Me Off Waste Services Electronic Recycling Contact Us Related Resources Environmental Stewardship Facilities Planning Renovations Office Furniture Physical Plant Monday Friday 8 00 a m 5 00 p m Phone 239 590 1370 Email wmc fgcu edu Campus Support Room 30 Waste Services FGCU Eagle s Pride Respect the Nest Eagle s Pride Campus Clean up Dates Register early 30 spots availabe for each date Check Events For Campus Clean up Dates Check out our short video on the Summer B 2014 Foundations of Civic Engagement Project to keep Florida Gulf Coast University Beautiful Watch Now Eagle s Pride Respect the Nest Antipollution Alliance is a Physical Plant student led environmental initiative bringing awareness to students about litter prevention while improving public spaces on campus Be prepared to work outdoors picking up litter form main campus grounds rain or shine FAQs What can can t I bring to the event Bring your SERVICE LEARNING FORM comfortable clothes shoes re usable water bottle sunglasses sunscreen or a hat visor Where can

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/PhysicalPlant/waste-services.html (2016-02-07)
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    Authorized Users Event Request Form Support Services Chargeable Services Custodial Services Pest Control Moving Checklist Friday Moves Department Vehicles WMC Statistics Keys and Building Access Key Policy Key Forms Unlocking Locking Classrooms Doors Instructional Video Internal Audit Newsletter Physical Plant Environmental Initiatives FGCU Recycles Toner Recycling Eagles Heart Tap Water Tree Campus USA Turn Me Off Waste Services Electronic Recycling Contact Us Related Resources Environmental Stewardship Facilities Planning Renovations Office Furniture Physical Plant Monday Friday 8 00 a m 5 00 p m Phone 239 590 1370 Email wmc fgcu edu Campus Support Room 30 Electronic Recycling University Owned Electronic Equipment The University has coordinated with Lee County Solid Waste for disposition of electronic equipment Any department that has electronic equipment requiring disposal should contact the Work Please ensure the item is no longer on inventory and has been cleared of its memory prior to contacting the Work Management Center for disposalManagement Center at 590 1370 or wmc fgcu edu and provide both the location and amount of electronics to be recycled Batteries Non rechargeable batteries produced during or after 1993 no longer contain mercury While they cannot be recycled they can be thrown away without the threat of contamination

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/PhysicalPlant/electronic-recyclying.html (2016-02-07)
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