Satisfying 225% of its energy needs from solar generation, capturing rainwater for drinking, and screening out common hazardous chemicals, award-winning project seeks to transform buildings in Southeast and beyond.
Three hundred and eight automatic, one-pint urinals were installed across campus.
Campus leaf-collection supports mulch compost development and more effective operations. Compost will be used in our landscaping beds year-round.
Georgia Tech is one of only six higher education campuses in the nation to receive the GS-42 certification.
Today, the fences around Tech Green are being removed, and the campus community will be able to once again enjoy this central green space — just in time for Homecoming Weekend.
In an effort to conserve water and help reduce the impact of the severe drought conditions in North Georgia, Facilities Management’s Landscape Services has proactively stopped all noncritical irrigation on campus.
Earlier this year, the Student Move-Out Recycling Program evolved to not only collect recyclable waste and donations, but also help feed hungry students.
Tech earned recognition as a Tree Campus USA for 2016 from the Arbor Day Foundation.
This fall, the Office of Solid Waste Management & Recycling, Building Services, and the Office of Campus Sustainability launched a pilot composting project in the Roger A. and Helen B. Krone Engineered Biosystems Building (EBB).