Carolina Dining Services – run by Aramark, the University’s dining contractor – received the 2019 Silver Award in Sustainability for Education and Outreach from the National Association of College and University Food Services for #EatSortWinUNC, a social media-based educational campaign that was introduced in Lenoir Hall in fall 2018.
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Thanks to $380,000 from a student-run group at UNC-Chapel Hill named the Renewable Energy Special Projects Committee (RESPC), the Chapel Hill Transit system will be able to acquire a third electric bus as part of its plan to pilot battery electric buses to reduce emissions and improve local air quality.
More than 2.1 billion gallons of wastewater has been reclaimed by OWASA for sustainable use at UNC for non-drinking purposes such as in chiller plants and toilets – saving ample water, energy, and material resources – a triple win for … Continued
Associate Vice Chancellor for Campus Enterprises and Chief Sustainability Officer Brad Ives received the 2018 Individual Energy Leader Award from the North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association for his leadership on both the NC Energy Storage Study through the NC Policy Collaboratory and the proposed Green Source Advantage program.