Frequently Asked Questions
What is sustainability, and what does it have to do with me?
What is single-stream recycling?
What is a diversion rate, and why does it matter?
Where does Georgia State’s sustainability fee money go?
Where can I recycle on campus?
Where is Georgia State's recycling processed?
How can I make sustainability a part of my degree?
How can I get involved outside of academics?
What can I do to be more sustainable?
Schedule a Tour
Sustainability Initiatives is proud to offer official tours of our recycling center at Georgia State Stadium. Learn about our programs, the stadium’s history and our special materials recycling operations.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a tour for yourself or a group.
Meet us at Georgia State Stadium (755 Hank Aaron Dr. SE, Atlanta, GA 30315). Our center is located inside the first roll-up door past the intersection of Ralph Abernathy Blvd. and Pollard Blvd. Look for our Georgia State Recycling Center sign and feel free to park there. Tours vary in length depending on the number of questions we’re asked but usually last 20-30 minutes.
Tours will take place rain or shine. The recycling center is covered but open to the outside air, so please dress warmly on chilly days.
Please let us know if you are unable to come.