When Boston University opened its spectacular Marciano Commons two years ago, it not only replaced three aging dining halls but also put itself near the forefront of the sustainability movement on America’s college campuses. That’s because included in Marciano are three venues—a dining hall, a bakery and a late-night restaurant—that are all 4-star Certified Green Restaurants (CGR), the only ones, reportedly, at a university. (There is also a 3-star CGR food court elsew
Waste Is a Particular Thing to Mind at Boston U.
School boasts not one, not two, but three 4-star Certified Green Restaurants, while commencement is a zero-waste event.