Consider water use. Each time an effort is made to conserve water, it also helps reduce the amount of energy needed to treat and pump water to the University.
Less energy usage means fewer greenhouse gas emissions and better air quality. Better air quality means improved health for all of us. It’s that simple. By using one resource wisely, we can achieve a range of environmental benefits. Our natural resources are all connected.
Future Conservation Programs
Watch for our pilot programs which will be occurring in various areas of the University.
- Daylight harvesting sensors
- Classroom occupancy sensors
- LED street lights