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Recycling at Brookhaven

Recycling is an easy way everyone can practice sustainability. Recycling preserves natural resources, saves energy, reduces waste in landfills, cuts down on pollution and mitigates global warming. Brookhaven College offers many recycling opportunities.

Please reference our Recycling Resources Map​ for locations of the following collections on campus.

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Recycle Right

Recycling is easy at Brookhaven College. Outdoors, put all recyclables into the large blue bins. Inside the buildings, there are separate bins for clean, dry paper and flat cardboard as well as all other recyclables. Be sure recyclables are food-free and that containers are empty. You can empty containers into the waste receptacle found beside the recycling bin. 

These items are recyclable:

  • aluminum cans,
  • cardboard,
  • glass bottles,
  • paper (including newspaper), and
  • plastic containers.

Printer Cartridges

Large printer cartridges used in college property are returned to the college vendor by calling the Facilities Office at ext. 4115.

​Cooking Grease and Oils

Brookhaven College is a drop-off location for Cease the Grease​, a City of Dallas program that collects and recycles cooking fats, oils and grease (FOG). Proper disposal of FOG is important because when poured down household drains, FOG can harden, clog pipes and cause sewers to overflow. Our Cease the Grease site is located at the rear of the parking area west of Building W.

Tennis Balls

Used tennis balls can be restored and reused. Deposit used tennis balls in the can on the south side of the college tennis courts.


E-waste relates primarily to electronics that contain toxic and hazardous materials, which can leach into our soil and water. It is important to keep e-waste out of landfills, recover the useful materials and refurbish the equipment that can be reused. Brookhaven College collaborates with our e-waste vendor, eRecycler, at our annual Earth Day Fest to collect electronics and small appliances.​