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Green Tees

Committed to helping the environment

Teesside University has a dedicated approach to its environmental responsibilities and is aware of the impact the University's operations can have locally, nationally and internationally.

Help TU Help the Planet

The University is involved in a range of initiatives that aim to both highlight and improve environmental issues.

  • the University’s first Green Travel Plan was implemented in 2006
  • in 2009 Teesside University achieved the Carbon Trust Standard, the world's first independent carbon award that requires organisations to measure, manage and reduce carbon emissions across their own operations.

TUrn off the lights

TUne into saving the planet

TUrn down your thermostat

TUrn off your monitor

Continue to improve

The aim for Teesside University is to keep striving for environmental improvements.

The University established the Environmental Advisory Group in 2010 with a target to gain EcoCampus (platinum) accreditation. EcoCampus is the leading environmental management system and award scheme for the higher and further education sectors.

Following the EcoCampus process has provided clarity in setting environmental management priorities. The University is already seeing significant benefits in terms of reduced electricity usage in IT Server systems, a reduction in the paper-based information being sent out to students and the successful cycle to work schemes.

There is always more work to do and the University will keep improving.


Secure cycle parking facilities are now FREE for all staff and students.

Facilities for cyclists

Water refill stations

Free water refill stations are available.

Find out where on campus

Help TU to help the environment

Student Life building

Annual Environmental Report

Download the annual report

Policies Strategies & Standing Documents

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