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Sodexo Year In Review 2017

REDUCING WASTE AT OUR SITES Bow Valley College 21,772 kg of organic waste diverted per year • 90 kg of kitchen food scraps and coffee grinds are composted daily Paper, metal and plastics recycled • Only 5-10% of material is headed to the landfill and we’re working to cut that in half 2,300 L of cooking oil diverted per year • A dedicated reservoir for used cooking oil is transported off site for recycling 112,000 latex gloves are recycled with the School of Nursing Straws no longer purchased • 10,000 straws are no longer used and discarded Vancouver Coastal Health and Providence Health Care Reusable dishware at all long-term care facilities No more Tetra Paks and 1L packaging • In-house production of thickened milk and supplements Reduced paper consumption • Digital management surveys and tablet computers Acadia University $25,000 in savings • Holiday energy management plan for closing blinds, unplugging and defrosting mini fridges and thermostat controls Four-stream waste management program • 75-80% yearly waste diversion • $11,000 recycling profits • Reduce water consumption by 42% • $10,000 in cost savings With Acadia’s Department of Environmental Studies and Residence Life Department, we engage students in sustainability initiatives. Large Grocery Chain Headquarters Reduced waste • Discounted salad bar after 2:00 p.m. on Fridays In the first 20 weeks: • 600 transactions • $2,000 in sales • 33 kg of fresh food diverted from waste • Improved customer satisfaction scores BETTER TOMORROW A BETTER TOMORROW MEANS LESS WASTE


Sodexo Year In Review 2017
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