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Environmental Sustainability

Environmental Sustainability

Reynolds Has Gone Green!
Reynolds Community College is committed to making a positive impact on the environment by implementing responsible practices for the conservation of energy and natural resources and the reduction of waste on our campuses.

We commit ourselves to minimize our overall environmental impact through a comprehensive recycling program on campus as well as through individual reductions in our carbon footprints.

Through our Reynolds…Naturally initiative, we seek to educate faculty, staff, students, visitors and the larger community on environmental responsibility, and to foster an understanding of the importance of making environmentally responsible decisions.

Environmental Sustainability Committee
The Environmental Sustainability Committee is charged with identifying and creating opportunities for the college to become a good global citizen for its environment; to provide information and training to faculty and staff; to raise awareness of how the college and its employees might contribute to a cleaner and healthier environment; to review the VCCS Environmental Sustainability Task Force recommendations and determine what key elements might be implemented by Reynolds; and to identify and recommend to the President's Executive Cabinet pragmatic strategies that would contribute to a cleaner environment.

Amy Bradshaw, Vice President of Finance and Administration

Committee Members:

Mike Verdu, Director of Facilities Management and Planning
Sevag Sinanian, 
Faculty Representative
Karen Layou, Faculty Representative
Lawrence Wright, Faculty Representative
George Webster, Department of Marketing Representative
Karen Walker, Classified Staff