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East Campus Dining Hall

The East Campus Dining Hall (E-Hall) was JMU's first LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certified facility, receiving gold-level certification in 2010. The sustainability internship program through Aramark is focused on advancing sustainability through dining-related activities. The dining locations are used as information dissemination points for peer-to-peer student messaging. Examples of student intern projects include the farmers' markets and reusable beverage container promotion events. Interns for JMU Dining Services educate students about sustainable dining options. Multiple student projects have focused on dining-related waste. Information about sustainability-focused efforts of Aramark at JMU, such as food donation, sustainable food sourcing, and sustainable seafood purchasing, can be found at https://jmu.campusdish.com/Sustainability.aspx.

East Campus Dining Hall is location 16 on the tour map.

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Food Loss and Waste Disposal Analysis of James Madison University, Nicole Raftery, Advisor: Dr. Steven Frysinger, Department of Integrated Science and Technology, ISAT Capstone Project, April 2017

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