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Campus Sustainability    
                                               

Find out how Randolph Dining has GONE GREEN for the 2013-2014 school year!

CLICK HERE  
to view our sustainability video!

Find out why Randolph Dining is
trayless !  

Ten easy ways for you to go green at home for a Greener Earth.  


                       

 

 

2500 Rivermont Ave
Lynchburg, VA 24503

Director of Dining
Mitch Rodhe

Phone
434-947-8129

Email 
mrodhe@
randolphcollege.edu

 


Did you know....

Up to 90% of energy consumed by washing machines can be attributed solely to heating the water, even though most loads can run with cold water. Washing most of your clothes in cold water, and, whenever possible, hang-drying certain items, can drastically reduce your energy consumption.


 
 
 

Sustainability tip: 

One of the best ways to eat green is to buy more local foods, particularly healthier, in-season fruits and vegetables, at your local farmers’ market. Some great nutrient-packed superfoods in season for spring include artichokes, asparagus, spinach, strawberries, blueberries, avocado, and fava beans.