University of Maryland Dining Services is launching a campaign to encourage students to eat in the dining halls in order to reduce the waste created by carry-out containers, reports the Diamondback campus paper. The Eat IN-itiative is part of a wider campus-wide environmental initiative that seeks the elimination of non-biodegradable foam containers. According to sources quoted by the Diamondback, more than 464,000 take-out containers, or about 66 containers per resident student, were used ...
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