1. The Sustainability House: The Sustainability House (located at 550-552 West James Street) is a space for students who are interested in pursuing a sustainable lifestyle and decreasing their impact on the environment.
2. Low-flow toilets: A toilet that uses less water than a traditional unit, therefore lowering costs by using water more efficiently.
3. Low-flow showerheads: A low-low showerhead is a water saving showerhead typically raterd at 2.5 gallons per minute (gpm) or less.
4. Solar Panels: Solar Panels (arrays of photovoltaic cells) make use of renewable energy from the sun and are a clean and environmentally sound means of collecting solar energy.
5. Photovoltaic Technology: Photovoltaic refers to a technology which uses a device (usually a solar panel) to produce free electrons when exposed to light, resulting in the production of an electric current.
6. Nalgene: A nearly indestructible reusable container for beverages. Commonly made of Lexan and in a variety of sizes and colors
7. Britta: A home water filtration system, that is easy to set up and simple to use.