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UK Pilot Site – Teesside University

The main campus is in the centre of Middlesbrough in the North East of England. It occupies an area of approximately three hectares. Some 20,104 students and 2,319 staff work and study in the 33 buildings. These include offices technical labs, lecture theatres and 5 halls of residential for students

Teesside University aims to become one of the UK’s most environmentally friendly institutions.

Teesside’s Carbon Management Plan aims to reduce the University’s carbon footprint by 43% by 2020 compared to 2005 levels

The university has invested 22 million pounds in the new Campus Heart opened in the summer of 2015. Designed to be sustainable it is energy efficient with low carbon technologies and photovoltaics. Another 300 million pounds earmarked for further improvements in the next 10 years.

The campus is a ‘Silver’ Eco-Campus accredited by ISO 14001 Environmental Management System and platinum status is the next goal.

UK Pilot Site – Teesside University

The main campus is in the centre of Middlesbrough in the North East of England. It occupies an area of approximately three hectares. Some 20,104 students and 2,319 staff work and study in the 33 buildings. These include offices technical labs, lecture theatres and 5 halls of residential for students

Teesside University aims to become one of the UK’s most environmentally friendly institutions.

Teesside’s Carbon Management Plan aims to reduce the University’s carbon footprint by 43% by 2020 compared to 2005 levels

The university has invested 22 million pounds in the new Campus Heart opened in the summer of 2015. Designed to be sustainable it is energy efficient with low carbon technologies and photovoltaics. Another 300 million pounds earmarked for further improvements in the next 10 years.

The campus is a ‘Silver’ Eco-Campus accredited by ISO 14001 Environmental Management System and platinum status is the next goal.