Get involved on campus - Promote sustainability - Gain real-world business experience
Ready to join the Zero-Waste movement?
UNH Trash 2 Treasure (T2T) is a student-run social enterprise with the mission of assisting students, UNH and the local community in reducing waste. T2T’s main initiative is to run the move-out collection and yard sale program, reducing unnecessary discarded items from entering landfills. Consequently, T2T significantly reduces trash removal costs for the University and provides families back-to-school savings at move-in weekend yard sales. The success of this social enterprise is achieved through strong student leadership and passionate, active volunteers who want to promote sustainability.
Trash 2 Treasure collects massive quantities of furniture and dorm items from students at the end of each school year to recycle or resell them at discounted prices the following Fall. Since its inception, T2T has saved students over half a million dollars in back-to-school expenses and diverted over 174 tons of waste from entering landfills.
Meet Our Board
Chief Executive Officer
Jake is a junior double majoring in Environmental and Resource Economics and International Affairs. On campus he is also a Phi Mu Delta and Alpha Kappa Psi Brother. He joined T2T in the fall of 2016 and has stayed on because of the programs tangible and intangible achievements, lessons, and rewards. “We get to make our UNH home more sustainable by drastically reducing our waste and saving our classmates a ton of money, what could be better?”
Chief Operations Officer
Harry is a sophomore Information Systems Business Analytics major and Teacher’s Assistant in Management Information’s Systems. He joined T2T to help reduce the cost of living for students, as well as to preserve the earth.
Chief Financial Officer
Thomas is a sophomore Accounting and Business Analytics major and a member of Alpha Kappa Psi. He joined T2T to help make the organization more financially sustainable.
Sierra is a sophomore Biochemistry major and a sister of Chi Omega. She joined T2T to try to help organize and manage the various operations it takes to run a sustainable enterprise.
External Relations and Advancement
Joseph is a sophomore Petro-Chemical Engineering major. On campus, he is a Phi Mu Delta brother and joined T2T to try to make a more well-rounded and more efficient organization while trying to give back to the community and environment.
Alex is a sophomore Marketing major with an Economics minor and is a Club Tennis Team member on campus. He joined T2T to contribute to the zero waste movement through reducing and reusing.
James is a freshman Marketing and Entrepreneurial Studies double major. He is an Alpha Kappa Psi brother and a Paul Scholars member. He joined T2T after having an opportunity to sit down and talk with T2T CEO, Jake Werner, and realized the positive impact T2T has on countless students.
Isaiah De Leon
Isaiah is a sophomore Mechanical Engineering major. He is also involved in the Army ROTC program and Phi Mu Delta. He is a first generation student from Jacksonville, Florida and with his father in the Army he has moved around and lived in various places. He joined T2T to make a difference in the community and to make a better tomorrow for the next generation. “I want to build a more sustainable world that will help maintain a better environment.”
Michael is a sophomore Civil Engineering major and a member of Phi Mu Delta. He joined T2T with the intent of reducing waste while giving back to the community.
Alexa (Lexi) Mayo
Lexi is a freshman International Business and French double major. She is a member of Model UN, the Paul Scholars, and the Hamel Scholars. Lexi joined T2T to learn more about the area of business that she would like to pursue, while focusing on her passion for volunteerism.