Clayton State University GoGreen Team - The Go Green Team's goal on campus is to heighten the student, faculty, and staff’s awareness of recycling and going green on campus and in the community
Auxiliary Services is committed to sustainability through the implementation of the following programs and procedures:
Mac-Gray Campus Solutions− Recognizing the importance of water conservation and energy efficient technology, Mac-Gray Campus Solutions has produced high efficient, energy and water saving front load washers to better the campus and community.
Facilities has taken several steps to maximize sustainability around the university in attempts to reduce wastage and conserve energy through the participation of various programs to include:
Facilities Management Sustainability website
Equipped with energy efficient appliances, both Laker Hall and Clayton Station represent the ideal campus life that allows students to live comfortably without the expenses associated with high energy usage.
Clayton State University shows pride in our contribution in promoting awareness amongst our students and within the community while decreasing waste production through the process of recycling.
The Clayton State University Tree Committee serves as an advisory committee to the Department of Facilities’ Landscape Management office working to maintain, manage, improve, renew, and protect the trees on the University’s campus and to share information with the campus community. The Tree Committee meets twice a year on regular basis and as needed otherwise. http://www.clayton.edu/facilities/plantops/landscape/tree_committee
Electric Vehicle Charging Station on Clayton State University—
Clayton State University has received a partial grant of $5,630 by the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority for the purchase and installation of electric vehicle chargers. The grant was available to all State and local agencies in the State of Georgia.
Clayton State University has noticed an increase in electric vehicles driving to campus by faculty and staff and would like to support the initiative of clean commuting and extend electric vehicle charging capabilities to the campus and outside community. The stations will be available for EV charging to public at least 12 hours a day.
By installing one dual-port Level II EV station on main campus in parking lot D, Clayton State University is starting a new venue in sustainable practices and contributing to clean environment.