Benefits of trayless dining on campus
When the University of Minnesota's dining centers went trayless, they touted the environmental savings the change instilled at such a large university. The U of M serves 55,000 meals a week and each tray required half a gallon of water to wash, says University Dining Services Associate Director Karen DeVet. Not to mention the extra soap and energy to keep the water steamy hot.
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