OSU in Tulsa is Going Green for a Brighter Orange
In an effort to reduce energy consumption on each of its five campuses, Oklahoma State University implemented an Energy Education Program in 2007, under the guidance of Energy Education, Inc. Energy Managers have been working to develop a people-oriented energy management program at each of the OSU campuses. Learn more about OSU's energy conservation program.
News: OSU in Tulsa hits $2 million in savings from energy conservation
OSU is dedicated to encouraging conservation and protecting the environment for future generations. Our energy conservation program has been a huge success and includes paper recycling.
Learn more about OSU in Tulsa's paper recycling program.
PepsiCo Dream Machine
Dream Machines provide students, faculty, staff and campus visitors with a convenient and rewarding way to recycle their plastic bottles and aluminum cans. Machines are located near the vending machines in the Main Hall Commons and second floor in North Hall.
Read about the launch of OSU in Tulsa's aluminum can and plastic bottle recycling program.
OSU-Tulsa Earns Energy Star for Energy Efficiency
OSU-Tulsa has been named an ENERGY STAR partner for its efforts to protect the environment and cut utility costs through energy efficient practices.
Read more: OSU-Tulsa Partners with ENERGY STAR for Commitment to Energy Efficiency
Energy best practices
- Turn off lights in empty rooms such as bathrooms, break rooms, classrooms, study rooms, meeting rooms, offices and copy rooms.
- Shut down computers in offices, classrooms, or other areas when finished. Also turn off the monitor, speakers and printersl.
- Turn off any appliances not in use such as TVs, stereos, coffee pots, fans, radios, chargers and classroom projectors.
Download the Energy Conservation Information Flyer, which contains this information and more in PDF format.
Angelyn Holmes, Energy Education Manager
OSU-Tulsa & OSU-CHS