Sustainability

The University of Redlands, set under a canopy of century-old trees it has committed to protect and maintain, has recently been designated a “Tree Campus,” and a “Green College.” That’s a good fit for a campus that operates its own plant to generate electricity, as well as heating and cooling, and plants its own sustainable vegetable garden.

Read about the University’s on-site co-generation plant, and the benefits it’s produced

University’s Co-Gen Plant Results in Gas Co. Rebate Check

Find out why the University has been listed on the inaugural list of “green Colleges” by the Princeton Review

And among just three other California schools to be named a “Tree Campus”

Cogeneration Plant
Cogeneration Plant

The state-of-the-art power facility enables the University to produce a majority of its own energy and has reduced the campus’s carbon footprint by 33 percent.

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