New mattresses are coming to a dorm near you! But wait! What’s going to happen to that old one? Glad you asked…
You have got a recycling-related question? We have got some answers!
Northeastern is committed to making its Boston campus more sustainable. Advancing recycling is one way the university plans to achieve it.
As much as 95% of the climates in the surface ocean that exist today could completely disappear within 80 years—but it’s not too late to change, according to new research led by Katie Lotterhos, associate professor of marine and environmental sciences at Northeastern.
The work is underway to upgrade and replace the large portion of the steam distribution system on campus to ensure the uninterrupted flow of steam across the entire campus.
The crew is working against the clock to meet the precise requirements and transform Matthews Arena from one event to another.
This colossal maintenance task entailed fourteen-hour shifts, and twenty buildings and Facilities’ Management crews ensured that the job got done flawlessly.
Lab tier sensors that can detect COVID-19 particles in the air just became available for the larger public, and Northeastern is taking affirmative actions to ensure the safety of its community.
Another step was taken toward a more sustainable future on Thursday, July 22nd, on Northeastern’s campus. The University hosted the Mass EV Experience Expo, where the public had a chance to explore the universe of electric vehicles, listen to several speakers from different corners of the industry, and learn about Northeastern’s plans regarding its sustainability commitments.