Sustainable Campus Solutions
With over twenty years of partnering with customers in education: higher ed, K-12, and others, Max-R is ready to deliver. Our waste and recycling bins will meet your aesthetic needs, functional requirements, and are tailored to help you achieve your goals.
Our experienced sales team are experts in the industry. In addition to meeting your sustainability objectives, they’ll help you optimize bin placement and avoid common mistakes to ensure that your bins meet your serviceability needs.
Max-R doesn’t just sell custom waste and recycling bins. We partner with schools to build successful sustainability programs.
Whether you’re looking to increase your waste diversion rates, establish a new recycling program, or add sustainably built furnishings to your campus, we’ll work with you to customize a bin to meet all of your unique needs.
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There’s no one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to procuring effective centralized recycling, creating outdoor gathering spaces, or a successful return-to-school strategy. With your vision and our proven education expertise we’re confident we can exceed your goals.
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Read the latest education-centric posts from Max-R’s resident sustainability experts.
Orientation for new college & university students is almost here. Whether your orientation is a weekend or an entire week, it can be an important but tricky opportunity. At many schools you have every member of the incoming class concentrated into a handful of events or even a single event. If you can get into that event, or events, it provides a tremendous opportunity to access and convey information to the entire incoming student body.
For part 3 of this “Know Your Campus” series, I am going to focus on location. Some folks in real estate are fond of suggesting that location is everything. I wouldn’t go that far, but location can have a profound impact on how you manage your recycling and sustainability programs. In terms of location, I would suggest there are 3 main categories of schools: Urban campuses, Semi-urban/suburban campuses, Rural campuses
For this part 2, I am focusing on some of the differences between public and private schools. Every school has a complicated mix of funding sources, a lot of which I am going to gloss over (consider this the intro 100-level version). For those of you who are recent students making the transition to coordinator or who are folks new to working with schools, I am hoping this overview helps.