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Pepsi to Begin Installation of "Greener" Vending Machines That Use 40% Less Energy!

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Category: Need to Know

Published: 2012-11-19 00:00:01.000

Pepsi will begin a vending machine replacement project on November 19th. This project involves replacing older model vending machines on all three campuses. In support of the College's commitment to sustainability and a sufficient use of energy, Pepsi will install the Tier II model venders. These new vending machines are Energy Star Certified. Energy Star machines use about 40% less energy! ENERGY STAR vending machines incorporate more efficient compressors, fan motors, and lighting systems to keep beverages just as cold and the machine visible while using far less energy.

The replacement process involves the stages noted below. Some vending down time will occur as a result.

Step 1: Product will be removed from existing machine;
Step 2: Emptied machine(s) will be removed from its current location;
Step 3: New machine installed; and,
Step 4: New machine filled with product and change as appropriate.

The project will start with the Rockville campus and wrap up with Germantown. Completion of the vending machine replacement project is anticipated on or before January 31, 2013.

For vending concerns or questions please e-mail

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