Coronavirus in Norway
Our campuses are open. Please read updated information for students and staff on our website.
Waste management is an important part of the environmental focus for OsloMet. As part of improving and increasing the proportion of recycled waste, we have started a project in Green HiOA with a focus on this. OsloMet's goal is to go from 45 % to 60 % recycled waste.
Around the campus, you will find recycling stations with bins, some of which have coloured tops to separate different types of waste.
Hazardous waste and potentially infectious waste must be handled and disposed of in accordance with regulatory requirements and OsloMet's procedures. You find more information about hazardous waste and infectious waste here.
Contribute with additional containers and bins as required
All buildings at OsloMet, both in campus Pilestredet and at campus Kjeller, have similar cleaning rates with few exceptions. In some cases, the frequency may be adjusted in some areas to ensure that the cleaning is properly adapted to the use of the premises.
Vi har kontrakt på renhold etter NS Insta 800-standard, som er et kvalitetsmålingssystem der det er gitt en standard på hvilken kvalitet et gitt rom skal ha etter utført renhold. Renholdsbyrået foretar en NS Insta-kontroll minimum 4 ganger i året. Hele rommet er inkludert i kontrollen.