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Kill-a-watt Competition
The Kill-a-Watt Energy Conservation Competition is one of the nation's longest running programs for reducing college students’ ecological footprints. The dorm that has decreased its energy use the most than the same month the year before is the winning dorm. $100 is awarded to the winning dorm each month. The Kill-A-Watt competition is a collaborative effort between EAC, the Center for
the Environment and Facilities Management.
2005-2006 Winners

Million Monitor Drive
The Million Monitor Drive is a national Environmental Protection Agency Campaign to decrease energy consumption by encouraging people to enable the power-save functions on their computers. Mount Holyoke College joined the Million Monitor Drive effort in 2005. More...

Put your computer in power-save mode...

Center for the Environment
Talcott Greenhouse South
50 College Street
Mount Holyoke College
South Hadley, MA 01075
Phone: 413-538-3091

Copyright © 2006 Mount Holyoke College. This page created and maintained by Center for the Environment. Last modified on April 16, 2006.