Ever Wonder How Green Your Classes Are?

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I’ve kept track of the energy consumption of these three buildings over the past couple of weeks, and I’ve found that Dallas Hall’s energy usage typically hovers around $34.50 a day. The engineering buildings are actually decreasing their energy usage to $127.87 for Embrey and $77.72 for Junkins, so keep up the good work!

You can decrease your energy usage in these buildings by:
- turning off the lights after class ends
- shutting down computers in the labs when you’re finished using them
- keeping the inside doors of Dallas Hall closed for more efficient heating and cooling

See how much of a difference you and your classmates can make by visiting smu.edu/sustainability and click on “SMU’s Environmental Footprint Meter!”

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