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Comfortable Conservation

2014-01-28T14:10:12-04:00January 28th, 2014|Categories: Buildings, Dining and Food Systems, Waste Reduction|Tags: , , , , , |

Spring semester is here: new classes, new students, and the highly anticipated opening of North Campus Dining Hall. The 21,000 square foot-facility was designed and constructed to LEED-silver standards. From equipment to furnishings, it showcases some unique – even one-of-a-kind – sustainable design features. John Wise, Associate Vice President of Hospitality & Auxiliary Services at WFU, [...]

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FAQ: Composting

2015-10-05T14:24:26-04:00February 19th, 2012|Categories: Dining and Food Systems, Frequently Asked Questions, Home Stories, Water and Landscaping|Tags: , |

Q. Is organic waste from campus composted? A. Yes and no. One hundred percent of campus yard waste, including lawn clippings and fallen tree limbs, is repurposed as mulch or organic soil amendments. In the fall of 2011, Wake Forest Dining Services performed a waste audit to see just how much waste is generated on a [...]

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