Sustainability Initiatives at LCCC


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(Left to Righ) County Commissioner Lori Kokoski, LCCC Manager of Physical Plant Dale Lucas, and LCCC Manager of Sustainability Courtney DeOreo

County Commissioner Lori Kokoski (left) handing a check to Dale Lucas (Middle) and Courtney DeOreo (right) for the LCSWMD's Market District Development Grant 

Lorain County Community College receives grant to improve recycling 

Lorain County Community College is proud to acknowledge our partnership with the Lorain County Commissioners and the Lorain County Solid Waste Management District (LCSWMD) in bringing new recycle receptacles to LCCC to increase recycling. The Lorain County Solid Waste Management District awarded a matching District Market Development Grant to LCCC In order to purchase them.

The Bins will be placed around campus in various locations that typically generate high volumes of waste.

Learn more about District Market Development Grants by visiting the Lorain County Solid Waste Management District's website.

LCCC's Sustainability Initiatives 

Lorain County Community College is committed to a sustainable path and has made significant progress aligned with strategic priorities and initiatives outlined in Vision 2.0.


  • 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 change. 
  • LCCC in collaboration with the Oberlin Project used a standardized process to formally assess its sustainability initiatives which today serves as a baseline for continuous improvement in key Areas.  

Learn More and Engage

To learn more follow the links to the subjects you are interested in.  

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What to Recycle at LCCC

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Progress in Key Areas of Concentration

Please send suggestions for other campus achievements to Courtney Deoreo at



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