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City grows green
In 2016, City of Glasgow College set out to reduce its waste and CO2e emissions by 5% by 2020. Our key areas of focus were reducing waste through collaboration with Baxter Storey and embedding sustainable practices into our curriculum.
City of Glasgow College launched two new campuses in 2016. Entering the new campuses, designed for sustainable future use, we wanted to focus on embedding sustainability into everything we do. As one of Scotland’s largest hospitality colleges, sustainable food and drink is important to our curriculum, campus, students, and staff.
City of Glasgow College has undertaken a variety of initiatives over the past four years in an ever growing effort to embed sustainable practices into every aspect we can imagine. A major partner in our endeavour is our catering supplier, BaxterStorey. By harnessing the power of a trusted relationship, we have allowed knowledge sharing and mutual investment across our organisations to produce remarkable results.
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