Reduce, Reuse, and Now Recycle the High-tech Way using Bigbelly Compactor Stations

Washtenaw Community College continually strives to find ways to reduce the Colleges’ environmental impact and to improve sustainability.  In an effort to encourage recycling, the College has installed 7 Bigbelly recycling and trash compactor stations around campus.  The Bigbelly stations, located near building entranceways and in high traffic areas, make recycling more convenient.  In addition …

Show Time: Towsley Auditorium Gets a Makeover

Washtenaw Community College’s Office of Design & Construction began renovations to the Morris Lawrence Building’s Towsley Auditorium on May 20, 2013.  This renovation project, which is part of the College’s Deferred Maintenance program, includes changing 55 house lights to LED; adding step lighting; replacing carpet and wall covering; and repairing seating.  Upon completion, Towsley Auditorium …

Washtenaw Community College: Flower Power

  Washtenaw Community College, Grounds Maintenance Department is deep in the dirt planting approximately 15,000 flower annuals. WCC’s Grounds Maintenance plants 28 different cultivars of annuals of different colors, including ageratum, begonia, impatiens, lantana, geranium, petunia, coleus, marigold, verbena, and zinnia.  Students, faculty, staff and guests can see our colorful annual displays in the Student Center …