Students, faculty, and staff are already taking strides to make KU a more sustainable place to work and learn. Whether recycling your Coke bottle or turning off equipment in classrooms at the end of the day, we want to know what YOU are doing to add a little green to Fraser Hall.
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What's This All About?Last year, Fraser Hall consumed over 800,000 kWh of electricity and generated nearly 720 cubic yards of trash. And although significant efforts have been made by the many faculty, staff, and students who call Fraser Hall "home" – in addition to efforts by Facilities Services and our campus energy partners – we think there are still opportunities to conserve energy, reduce resource consumption, and create a better indoor environment for all of you.
That's why KU is launching a new energy conservation and sustainability initiative this fall, starting with a pilot project in Fraser Hall. Over the coming months, we will be working in the building to:
- Evaluate the performance of the building
- Identify current conservation practices of building occupants
- Outline opportunities for energy conservation and sustainability measures
- Help create a greener Fraser Hall
We'll be posting updates online and in the building, so stay tuned for opportunities to contribute to his exciting new project!