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Orange Coast College Spearheads Waste Management in California

Orange Coast College is a public community-based college found in California, United States of America. The college is located in Orange County found in Costa Mesa, California. It is the counties’ one of the largest colleges within the state of California. The intakes are normally of more than 27,000 students at the beginning of every semester. The college is certified by Western Association of Schools and Colleges and therefore has full authority to operate as a government-owned university. Orange Coast College operates throughout the four seasons and has advanced modern libraries and well-equipped sciences laboratories for learning.


This college was inaugurated back in the 1947 and started operating its learning activities in the following year. Orange Coast College offers the best academic programs across the country with many options to choose from. Some of its programs take less than two years, and they are considered as the foundation for the courses that the students want to major in. The students can, therefore, transfer to universities of their choice including California State University and the University of California. The students can as well join private universities within or outside their home country depending on what they want to study. Regardless of this, records have shown that most student move to California State University and the University of California. Learn more: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/05/24/orange-coast-college-rowers-have-the-muscle-and-mindset-to-win-nationals/


The college has recently been involved in recycling waste products to reduce environmental pollution within the institution and even in California as a whole. This has been achieved due to the construction of Adam Avenue recycling facility that has enabled it to operate its recycling at a larger scale. The college, therefore, manages wastes such as glass, metal scraps, plastic material and even damaged electronics through the efficient recycling facility. Additionally, the college also manages old torn clothes and oils used for cooking but cannot accommodate materials such as car batteries, old furniture, engine oils, paints and other harmful chemicals. This has become impossible because the recycling facility is not designed to recycle such wastes.


Orange Coast College has therefore helped in conserving energy and the various ecosystems that exist within an environment. Learn more: https://www.niche.com/colleges/orange-coast-college/