Sustainability Initiatives at LCCC


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A sign that you will notice on storm drains on the campus of LCCC.

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When passing LCCC on Abbe Road a large lawn separates the college from the road. This appears like a waste of space until you learn about how this space is used by the college to help our community and the environment. Click here to read more.

LCCC's Sustainability Initiatives 

Lorain County Community College is committed to a sustainable path and has made significant progress aligned with strategic priorities.


  • LCCC established a Sustainability Core Team in 2011 as a successor of the Green Campus Task Force. The Core Team acts as a advisory board and works to facilitate hange. 
  • LCCC in collaboration with the Oberlin Project used a standardized process to normally assess its sustainability initiatives which today serves as a baseline for continuous improvement in key Areas.  

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Progress in Key Areas of Concentration

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