Wolfpack conserves more water than UNC

In a conservation showdown between NC State and UNC-Chapel Hill, Wolfpack residence hall students defeated the Tarheels in water conservation.

NC State swept UNC-Chapel Hill in all three categories of a 95-day, water-saving showdown between the universities' residence-hall students: the decrease in the amount of water used by each participating student per day, the average amount of water used per student per day and the overall percent of reduction per student per day.

All in all, the universities saved a combined 11 million gallons of water. It was a great effort, and a perfectly designed way to get students involved in a statewide issue. Bravo to both universities.

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