|Submission Date||Feb. 27, 2017|
Universidad de Monterrey
OP-22: Waste Minimization
|2.50 / 5.00||
Center for Sustainability
|Performance Year||Baseline Year|
|Materials recycled||10.57 Tonnes||0.63 Tonnes|
|Materials composted||0 Tonnes||0 Tonnes|
|Materials reused, donated or re-sold||3.84 Tonnes||0 Tonnes|
|Materials disposed in a solid waste landfill or incinerator||190 Tonnes||190 Tonnes|
Figures needed to determine "Weighted Campus Users”::
|Performance Year||Baseline Year|
|Number of residential students||842||842|
|Number of residential employees||20||19|
|Number of in-patient hospital beds||0||0|
|Full-time equivalent enrollment||8205||7750|
|Full-time equivalent of employees||1354||1262|
|Full-time equivalent of distance education students||0||0|
Start and end dates of the performance year and baseline year (or three-year periods):
|Start Date||End Date|
|Performance Year||Jan. 1, 2016||Dec. 31, 2016|
|Baseline Year||Jan. 1, 2015||Dec. 1, 2015|
A brief description of when and why the waste generation baseline was adopted:
The baseline was adopted based on the year more information was available. Before that year, there´s some gap in the info.
A brief description of any (non-food) waste audits employed by the institution:
To measure the sucess of the recycling initiatives, audits per year are perform. Audits area by planned by a staff member of the Sustainability Centre and volunteers.
A brief description of any institutional procurement policies designed to prevent waste:
A brief description of any surplus department or formal office supplies exchange program that facilitates reuse of materials:
The Maintenance and Construction Department collects equipment and furniture from departments all around campus. Reusable equipment and furniture are stored and redistributed to other departments.
A brief description of the institution's efforts to make materials available online by default rather than printing them:
From the Sustainability Center we encourage faculty not to use paper and instead use online exams and all assigments on blackboard.
A brief description of any limits on paper and ink consumption employed by the institution:
Students have a certain amount of paper for printing per semester, when they finish them they have to pay.
A brief description of any programs employed by the institution to reduce residence hall move-in/move-out waste:
A brief description of any other (non-food) waste minimization strategies employed by the institution:
A brief description of any food waste audits employed by the institution:
A brief description of any programs and/or practices to track and reduce pre-consumer food waste in the form of kitchen food waste, prep waste and spoilage:
A brief description of programs and/or practices to track and reduce post-consumer food waste:
A brief description of the institution's provision of reusable and/or third party certified compostable to-go containers for to-go food and beverage items (in conjunction with a composting program):
A brief description of the institution's provision of reusable service ware for “dine in” meals and reusable and/or third party certified compostable service ware for to-go meals (in conjunction with a composting program):
A brief description of any discounts offered to customers who use reusable containers (e.g. mugs) instead of disposable or compostable containers in to-go food service operations:
A brief description of other dining services waste minimization programs and initiatives:
The website URL where information about the institution’s waste minimization initiatives is available:
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