As budgets remain tight at many universities around the country, the need to keep costs low is increasingly important. And as green efforts remain important at many universities, some university rec centers are seeking out energy efficiency as one way to slash operating costs. Often, an energy-savings project at a rec center is part of a campuswide initiative. That was the case at the University of Rhode Island (URI) in Kingston, RI. Art Tuveson, who was director of recreational services at ...

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