Sandy Bauman, UNT Health Science Center Office of Sustainability

University of Texas – Health Science Center

With funds from the Environmental Service Fee, the Office of Sustainability through Facilities Management purchased 12 water stations.  The stations provide cold, filtered water to a refillable bottle in a quick and convenient way.  The purpose of the stations is to minimize plastic bottle waste and promote healthy and sustainable practices.

With funds from the Environmental Service Fee, the Office of Sustainability through Facilities Management purchased 12 water stations. The stations provide cold, filtered water to a refillable bottle in a quick and convenient way. The purpose of the stations is to minimize plastic bottle waste and promote healthy and sustainable practices.

water bottle station The CBH building on campus utilizes an HVAC mechanical system that incorporates four 60,000 cfm air handling units and a cooling capacity of 1750 tons.  Until early 2012, the condensate from these units would drain into the sewer.  Facilities Management installed an air handling unit (AHU) condensate catch tank and pumping system in order to reuse the water.

BIKE SHARE PROGRAM Fort Worth Bike Share is a city-wide network of bike stations that provide affordable, healthy, and eco-friendly transportation around the city.  There are over 30 stations around Forth Worth. How does it work? Step 1: Purchase a membership (day, week, month, or year) Step 2: Check out a bike at any station.  Step 3: Ride the bike to your destination. Step 4: Return the bike to any station.

BIKE SHARE PROGRAM
Fort Worth Bike Share is a city-wide network of bike stations that provide affordable, healthy, and eco-friendly transportation around the city. There are over 30 stations around Forth Worth.
How does it work?
Step 1: Purchase a membership (day, week, month, or year)
Step 2: Check out a bike at any station.
Step 3: Ride the bike to your destination.
Step 4: Return the bike to any station.

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