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The March 2019 energy data suggests that executing these plans has allowed RHS to reduce energy consumption at a rate of near 20% every year for the past three years.
MSU’s Division of Residential and Hospitality Services (RHS) takes delight in doing tasks just like these to display its genuine care for students and the environment.
The summer 2018 issue of Serving State can be read here.
Each fall semester, the RHS Sustainability Office and MSU Culinary Services team up to track food waste and educate students and guests through the Clean Plates at State program.
Michigan State University (MSU) Culinary Services (CS) has been awarded silver in the retail sales marketplace category and bronze in the residential dining special ev
When new recycling initiatives reduce the university’s ecological footprint and save the university money, you can bet that makes everyone happy.
The spring 2018 issue of Serving State can be read here.
Most environmental enthusiasts are familiar with the three “Rs” of sustainability: Reduce, Reuse and Recycle.
At the end of each academic year, students moving off college campuses cause landfill contributions to escalate.
66.5 million tons of food is wasted in the United States annually. The Clean Plates at State program at Michigan State University strives to combat this national issue
By Cole Gude
RHS Sustainability and its partners achieved a 93.4 percent waste diversion rate at this year’s Sparticipation!
The Division of Residential and Hospitality Services includes: