Paper Shredding

Shred Day UTSA

Free document-shredding event! 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., February 17, 2017

Visit our recycling news page for all the details!

RecycleMania 2017

RecycleMania 2017

Go UTSA! Join us as we compete against top universities in RecycleMania 2017! Visit our recycling news page for full details.

Rowdy New U

Rowdy New U

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Enhance your health and well-being by linking up with Rowdy New U!

Gold Star Labs

Gold Star Labs

Check out our growing list of GOLD STAR LABS!

Reduce, re-use, recycle!

Help us achieve our vision of a greener campus. Visit our recycling home page for more information.

Bauerle Road Garage

Grand Opening!

Announcing the new Occupational Health & Wellness Center!

UTSA ChemSwap Program


ChemSwap is an EHSRM program designed to allow university departments to redistribute unwanted usable chemicals.

The ChemSwap Program was developed to comply with Texas Commission for Environmental Quality SUBCHAPTER Q: POLLUTION PREVENTION: SOURCE REDUCTION AND WASTE MINIMIZATION ¤¤335.471 - 335.480 Effective January 30, 2003 ¤335.471.

Waste minimization is a practice that reduces the environmental or health hazards associated with hazardous wastes, pollutants, or contaminants. Examples may include reuse, recycling, neutralization, and detoxification.

Adopted January 8, 2003
Effective January 30, 2003

How the program works:

Any excess chemicals that are not expired or contaminated may be placed into an inventory for use in another lab.

If you wish to place some excess chemicals on the inventory list or claim a chemical from the inventory, fill out the appropriate form located at (UTSA login required).

Any chemical not claimed within 90 days expired will be deemed as waste and managed accordingly. Chemicals placed or claimed from the inventory will be picked up and delivered by EHSRM.

For more information, contact: