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Fort Lewis College takes step to lower greenhouse emissions

About half the food waste collected in the San Juan Dining Hall in the Fort Lewis College Student Union is now sent to Table to Farm Compost.

Fort Lewis College takes step to lower greenhouse emissions

After the food waste is collected in the San Juan Dining Hall in the Student Union, it goes through this machine, which removes water before the waste is sent to the “Rocket” in-vessel composting machine.

Fort Lewis College takes step to lower greenhouse emissions

An internal composting system had been able to handle about 50% of food waste at the San Juan Dining Hall at Fort Lewis College. Now, the college is contracting with Table to Farm Compost of Durango to compost the other half.

Fort Lewis College takes step to lower greenhouse emissions

Compost from the “Rocket” in-vessel composter used at Fort Lewis College.

Fort Lewis College takes step to lower greenhouse emissions

Timothy Pearce with Fort Lewis College makes a sandwich for an FLC student at the deli on Friday in the San Juan Dining Hall in the Student Union.

Fort Lewis College takes step to lower greenhouse emissions

Kateri Gachupin, a student at Fort Lewis College, and Marty Pool, assistant director of the Environmental Center, hold compost from the “Rocket” in-vessel composter. All the food waste at FLC’s San Juan Dining Room in the Student Union Building can now be composted – the “Rocket” can handle about half the waste and the other half is now picked up for composting by Table to Farm Compost of Durango.

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