The University is committed to reduce resource usage and manage the waste we produce to minimise the impact on the environment and on peoples health. The wide variety of waste produced is managed in line with the Universitys Sustainability strategy, Environment Policy and Environmental Management System (EMS), and the Health and Safety Policy and safety management system.
The responsibilities and day-to-day management of waste is therefore split between the Facilities Directorate and Health and Safety Services, as detailed below.
Health and Safety ServicesHazardous Waste
- Disposal to Drain
- Hazardous chemical waste
- Healthcare waste
- Radioactive waste and contact Andrew Cowling.
- Contaminated equipment, contact Sarah Burdall.
- Non domestic batteries, contact Sarah Burdall.
For the following waste items, contact Estates or Cleaning Services through Estates Helpdesk.
- General waste - contact Cleaning Services
- Food waste - contact Cleaning Services
- Hazardous waste - contact Cleaning Services
- Electrical waste contact estates helpdesk
- Domestic waste batteries contact Cleaning Services
- Construction and Maintenance - contact Estates Helpdesk
- Metal waste - contact Estates Helpdesk
- Recycling waste - contact Cleaning Services