Posts Tagged ‘Cost-benefit’

New Recyclable Containers in The Hill by Anthony Ardizzone

11.29.2011 · Posted in Uncategorized

Beginning today, The Hill has started a new project that uses black reusable containers for food as opposed to the wasteful paper containers. The to-go containers are still being used. Instead of having the previous paper containers, The Hill has started using new black plastic containers. The containers are lined with a disposable film that ...

The College Student Sustainability Pack

11.04.2011 · Posted in Uncategorized

As a college student it can be difficult to be sustainable while living on campus, but here are some things that can make up a college student’s sustainable survival pack! First let’s start with the food. Instead of bringing pastic food storage bags and plastic cups and silverware, make your own little “mini kit” complete ...

Cost-Benefit and Wind Energy by Anthony V. Ardizzone

11.01.2011 · Posted in Uncategorized

Beginning in the Spring of 2008, Babson College erected a thirty-five foot tall windmill on campus.     As a business school, you have to think why the school would do such a thing. Many people will say that Babson is hoping to promote corporate social responsibility. While this may definitely be true (and a ...