In an effort to become more environmentally healthy and economically conservative, John Brown University instigated a new, multi-step program to become a more sustainable institution. In addition to becoming a zero landfill campus, the university has implemented programs around campus to reduce the volume usable energy and used material.

Since July 2012, John Brown University's main campus has been a zero landfill institution, a transition that is part of an overall sustainability strategy. John Brown University is believed to be the first university in Arkansas and Oklahoma to have a zero landfill campus. Click here to see how JBU reduces the volume of waste and material.

Visit the Project Records section to see statistics, project reports and graphs on recycled material and energy conservation.

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