Trayless Dining Taking Hold at Rutgers

Approach implemented in three dining halls seems to have reduced waste.

A trayless dining initiative piloted at one dining hall at Rutgers University-New Brunswick and now extended to two others seems to be working even as initial pushback from students has abated, reports the Daily Targum campus paper. The waste reduction initiative originally implemented at James Neilson Dining Hall last semester has produced a trend toward less

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