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Campus Sustainability

Low-Cost Solutions To Help You Save Energy & Reduce Costs

A more sustainable campus isn’t just good for the environment; it’s good for your budget. Take a look around your facility. From the cafeterias to office space, there are opportunities to make small changes that can translate to cost savings for you. Let Grainger help you save energy and reduce costs with products and resources that can have a real impact on your sustainability efforts.

 

Air Filters

Air filter maintenance is important for air quality and to help keep your machinery running smoothly. This large variety of air filters include the Air Handler® brand, which has an improved design that adds strength and stability. Let the Auto-Reorder Program help ensure you always have them in stock.

 
 
 

Switch to Energy-Efficient Lighting

Let Grainger help you switch from old, non-efficient lighting to energy-efficient cost saving lighting. Use the Lamp-Match® selection guide to find the right lamp for your needs. Plus, stay on top of new technology and changes in the lighting legislation with our lighting resource pages.

Lampmatch Selection Guide
Lighting Resource Center
Shop LED Lamps
New-Lower Prices Economy LED Lighting
 
 
 

Occupancy Sensors

Help reduce energy costs by replacing inefficient lighting systems with energy-efficient light sensors. Occupancy sensors automatically turn the lights on or off when someone enters or leaves a specified area, helping to keep down operating costs.

 
 
 
 
 

Test & Protect Your Building Envelope

“Building envelope” refers to the building structure as well as the climate controls within it. The envelope is what separates the outside environment from the inside, and it’s frequently imperfect. The key to building envelope inspection is since the degree of temperature variance may be very small—one or two degrees, the best time to scan is during a heating or cooling season, when the outside temperature is at least 10°C higher or lower than the inside temperature.

 
 
 
 
 

Additional Resources:

HVAC Resource Guide (PDF)

Cost of Waiting Calculator

Lighting Resources