The Green Depot offers UNA and UBC community members with socially and environmentally responsible waste repurposing and disposal options.
Our recycling service is meant to handle items that are at the end of their usable life (except for clothing donations). For items that are still working and usable, consider donating them to local charities such as Salvation Army Thrift Stores or Free Geek (for computer products)
|Monday||3:15 pm – 7:00 pm|
|Tuesday||5:15 pm – 7:45 pm|
|Wednesday||3:15 pm – 7:00 pm|
|Thursday||5:00 pm – 7:00 pm|
|Friday||3:15 pm – 5:00 pm|
|Sunday||1:15 pm – 5:15 pm|
Exceptions to Regular Hours
Closed Thursday, Dec. 13th.
|Computers and parts|
|Small household appliances|
|Clothing, textiles, and shoes|
|Household electronics (including cables)|
|Flexible Plastics (bags, food wrappers, chip bags, can rings)|
|Smoke and CO alarms|
|Styrofoam packing blocks|
|Foam food containers|
|Broken light bulbs|
|Commercial fire alarms|
|Automotive and marine batteries|
|Large household appliances|
|Residential recycling (Blue box recycling)|
|Thrift store items|
The Green Depot is run 100% by Waste Warriors. Our Waste Warriors are extremely dedicated community volunteers who have dedicated their time to strengthen the UNA community and decrease the amount of unnecessary waste going into the landfill.
Without the Waste Warriors, the Green Depot would not be possible!
To learn more about the Green Depot or to learn about volunteer opportunities, contact Emily Lomax, Sustainability Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
Free Geek is a local non-profit community organization that reduces the environmental impact of waste electronics by reusing and recycling donated technologies. All usable computers and parts donated to the Green Depot will be rebuilt into functioning devices and sold at the Free Geek thrift store.
Please remove your iCloud / Apple ID before donating your iPhone, iPad, or iPod.
Please note that removal of items from the Green Depot is not permitted
Please remove all sensitive information from electronic devices prior to recycling them at the Green Depot.