The University is faced with rising utility costs for electric, water and gas. By working together to support the "REDUCE THE JUICE" campaign, the campus as a whole can help to alleviate some additional utility costs by lowering our utility usage. This campaign needs students, faculty and staff to all work together in helping to REDUCE THE JUICE campus-wide.
In an effort to rally the campus, the University has implemented a REDUCE THE JUICE campaign and has established an Energy Policy for buildings across campus. The Energy Policy specifies temperatures for heating and cooling as well as other guidelines. As a result, the University is beefing up its efforts to track utility consumption and crack down on buildings that have an above average utility appetite. In the future, the University will host an energy reduction competition among campus buildings and residence halls.
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