What ASU is Doing
ASU is committed to reducing its energy consumption, increasing efficiency, and minimizing harmful emissions related to energy consumption.
Energy Conservation »
ASU reached 18.2 MWdc of solar-energy capacity on December 31, 2012 and is on track to reach 25 MWdc by 2014.
Renewable Energy »
Waste and Recycling
ASU is committed to decreasing its solid waste and increasing the proportion diverted from landfills.
Waste and Recycling »
ASU is committed to offering alternative transportation options to reduce traffic congestion, air pollution, and personal automobile fuel and maintenance expenditures.
ASU is committed to sustainability in its food services through waste reduction, pollution management, and energy and water efficiency.
Food Services »
ASU is committed to reducing its indoor and outdoor water consumption through technology and refined practices.
Water Conservation »
ASU is committed to LEED Silver certification for all new construction of university-owned and operated buildings.
ASU is committed to implementing new sustainable solutions and changing its traditional methods and equipment of grounds keeping.
Services and Maintenance
ASU is committed to using services and products that are more sustainable and reusing materials whenever possible.
Services and Maintenance »
Purchasing and Policy
ASU recognizes that promoting sustainability begins internally with its own business practices and university policy.
Purchasing and Policy »
Recognition and Awards
ASU recognizes small actions, major achievements, and eco-minded events and exhibits with a variety of sustainability awards.
Recognition and Awards »