HEC Montréal tries to consume only the resources that it needs, until the end of their life cycle. The School also ensures that the materials and tools it uses are reused or recycled.
There are recycling stations at the Louis-Colin entrance of the Côte-Sainte-Catherine building and in front of the Coop HEC Montréal store on the second floor of the Decelles building.
Large electronic devices, batteries and hazardous materials are not accepted. Please contact your local Ecocentre.
HEC Montréal manages its surplus property so as to optimize property use and benefit society. With that in mind, the School developed a reference document to help managers make responsible choices.
Bureau en trop is a self-service drop-off point where HEC Montréal staff can leave surplus office items and furniture. This circular economy project helps reduce the School’s consumption of office materials.
Staff can access this area by asking for the key at the Côte-Sainte-Catherine building’s mail desk (room RC-390). To dispose of surplus items, you can go in person or complete a Maximo service request.
HEC Montréal aims to go carbon neutral by 2040. In 2022, the School will develop a sustainable development, corporate social responsibility and ethics action plan to define the actions, steps and milestones required to achieve this goal.
The main GHG-reduction axes are: