Lynchburg College Plant

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Lynchburg College in Virginia has a central heating plant built in 1909[1] that uses coal.[2] Lynchburg has signed onto the "American College & University Presidents Climate Commitment "American College & University Presidents Climate Commitment", but as of January 2010 campus efforts are focused on issues such as recycling and litter removal, not lowering greenhouse gas emissions.[3]

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  1. "College History" Lynchburg College, accessed January 2010
  2. "U.S. Colleges with On-Campus Coal Plants" Sierra Club List, accessed January 2010
  3. "Campus Efforts" Lynchburg College Website, accessed January 2010

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