Campus Utility Carts Go Electric

The College recently traded three of its gas powered utility vehicles for the purchase of three electric units. The zero emissions vehicles are used by the Facilities team at the Central Campus.

The average CO2 reduction is approximately 19 pounds of carbon for each gallon of gasoline, which amounts to approximately 8,892 pounds of carbon per year.

Carpenter Stan Lentz stands with one of new electric utility vehicles.

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