|Materials purchased for window film.
|BS@C students conducted a survey of break room and personal appliances, identifying potential replacements for old, non-energy efficient models. Individuals with personal appliances (focusing on refrigerators) were encouraged to instead share appliances with larger populations.
|Began developing website content; discussed with IST the potential for having their department create the website. Determined that having IST involved in design was too expensive.
|Held the first Green Coffee Hour for University Hall, showcasing task lighting and sustainable practices.
|Outreach was conducted to various departments who owned appliances identified as needing to be replaced. Replacements were made as necessary, including:
|Room 140 previously had 2 personal refrigerators with a combined 911 kwh/year (estimated). These refrigerators were replaced with one 18.2 ft3 standard refrigerator (energy star certified) with an estimated 383 kwh/year.
|Room 171 previously had 4 personal refrigerators and one standard size refrigerator with a combined kwh/year of 3269 (estimated). This was replaced with one energy star refrigerator with an estimated 400 kwh/year.
|The School of Public Health Library had one standard size refrigerator that was manufactured in 1984; this refrigerator used an estimated 1345 kwh/year and was replaced with an energy star certified 18.2 ft3 standard refrigerator with an estimated 383 kwh/year.
|The 3rd floor had 2 older standard size refrigerators replaced with energy star models and had an older, large coffee maker replaced with a new smaller version as well as an energy efficient hot pot.
|The refrigerator in 615 was replaced with a 4.09 ft3 energy star qualified refrigerator which uses approximately 270 kwh/yr.
|The 2nd floor had older, non-energy star compliant refrigerator (Haier Model BC-111) 4 replaced with a 4.4 ft3 Danby energy star model which uses 275 kwh/year.
|Met with Innovative Design, a student design group interested in designing the University Hall website. Unfortunately Innovative Design was not available in the summer and the lack of content slowed progress- website project was cancelled.
|Window film application was tested in one office. Occupant reported rave reviews.
|A sign-up sheet for "DIY" window film was circulated. Efforts were made to provide the DIY volunteers with training and materials for window film application. This effort resulted in a decrease in volunteer enthusiasm after seeing the amount of skill and effort involved.
|Second Green Coffee Hour held.
|Spring 2011 – Summer 2011
|Student intern hired to coordinate sustainability education for University Hall. Student intern was able to produce monthly newsletters, FAQ sheets and posters for the building.
|Window film installation completed by GO! Team. A total of 12 offices had window film installed on the 3rd floor.