Pipes in physical plant.

Pipes in physical plant.

 

Conserve On Campus

In November 2005, Governor Doyle issued Executive Order 132 directing state agencies to take immediate steps to reduce energy consumption at state facilities.

Campus reminded to save energy

The Office of Facilities Planning and Management reminds campus users of these energy-saving measures:

  • Shut off your equipment at the end of the day, i.e. copiers, printers, personal computers, and personal task lighting.

  • Eliminate the use of incandescent and halogen table/floor lamps. Compact fluorescent lamps are available in many sizes to fit most table lamps.
    Special note: All touchier lamps are a severe fire hazard and should not be used on campus.

  • Turn off excess lighting when not in use.

  • Campus room temperatures will be set to 68 degrees in the winter and 76 degrees in the summer. Requests for any temperature adjustments will be determined on an individual basis.

 

Through this Web site, we hope to encourage you to conserve on campus by providing:

 

 

 

 

Energy information kiosk in Mary Ann Cofrin Hall

 

Pipes in phhysical plant.
Students studying in Mary Ann Cofrin Hall winter garden.
Solar panels on roof of Phoenix Sports Center.
Students studying in Mary Ann Cofrin Hall winter garden.
Energy information kiosk in Mary Ann Cofrin Hall.