UNH Printing and Mailing Services is committed to being a sustainably responsible print shop, and we continually make strides to become one of the greenest departments on campus. From using 100% recycled Aspen paper in all of our copiers, to using vegetable based non-oil printing inks, we are trying hard each year to make our environmental footprint a little smaller.
As technology continues to evolve, multifunction copiers (MFD) have become the standard use in today’s business models. Having one machine that prints, faxes, scans, and copies is a great space and money saver. These copiers offer cost-effective, high-performance, high value document management solutions for any office setting. In addition, these copiers deliver a broad range of print, copy, scan, and fax speeds with advanced finishing options. Please contact UNH Printing Services for additional information on multifunction devices.
All of UNH's Sustainability Tracking, Assessment and Rating System (STARS) data and information are available online at https://stars.aashe.org/institutions/university-of-new-hampshire-nh/repo.... STARS covers education and research, operations, and planning, administration and engagement.
UNH Sustainability Stewards are faculty and staff working together to bring sustainability – a core part of UNH’s identity and mission – to the grassroots level in their buildings and departments.
The UNH Ecosystem Task Force (EcoTF) examines sustainability issues related to land use, development, and ecosystem management. The overarching goal of the EcoTF is to serve in an advisory capacity to the UNH President and be responsible for making recommendations on the full range of issues that relate to land use, landscaping, ecosystem health, biodiversity and development.
The Energy Task Force serves in an advisory capacity to the UNH President and makes recommendations on the full range of issues that relate to climate change and energy. These issues include everything from energy generation, demand management, efficiency and conservation, to greenhouse gas mitigation policy and action, participation in energy and carbon markets, and curriculum, research and outreach opportunities related to climate and energy.