Notes from SSLC's March General Meeting.
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These projects offer opportunities to connect campus sustainability efforts with new or existing research and teaching programs.
Map of projects
I hope everyone had a restful spring break, welcome back and congrats to our newest recipients of the Green Office and Green Event Certification Programs!
There are a few examples of clean thermal energy in use on campus at this time. These include:
On February 27, Housing and F&S met to discuss Dump & Run plans. See the attached meeting minutes. A recording can be found here.
All, Bike Center is closed this week for Spring Break and I’ll be working an abbreviated week myself. We’ve got a dozen plus bikes for sale and I’ll safety check a few more before I bow out for the week.
All, Notable item of the week was running out entirely of used 700c tires—popular size, I guess! I was able to run over to the warehouse and grab enough wheels off junk bikes that we’re able to live another week.
Project name changed from "HVAC and Air Quality Assessment Pilot Project" to "Energy-Efficient HVAC Infection Control".
From: Stumpf, Andrew J
Sent: Wednesday, March 01, 2023 7:37 PM
To: Rubin, Joshua ; Mies, Tim ; Lamb, Jeremy ; Klein, Bradley Dean
All, Another abbreviated week for me, but the staff held down the fort. We’re working up bikes and our staff is peer-to-peer training during slow times to get the new folks up to speed.
The Resilience iCAP Team submitted the attached Res005 Sustainability Economic Analysis recommendation to the iWG on 2/20/2023. The recommendation states: