FRESH Summit attendees are invited to sign up to tour the following Clemson University facilities:
Clemson’s Food, Nutrition and Packaging Sciences Department
Center for Flexible Packaging
Clemson’s Center for Flexible Packaging (CEFPAK) focuses on the research and development of new and existing flexible packaging for students within the packaging science major. The lab generates, researches and tests different materials and structures of flexible packaging to create the most modern and sustainable products.
Package Dynamics Lab
Clemson’s Package Dynamics Lab is an ISTA Certified testing facility and delivers high-quality testing services to a variety of customers. Its three-fold mission is to provide equipment and facilities for undergraduate research, support graduate research and to provide testing services for industry partners.
Gregory S. Batt, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Food, Nutrition, and Packaging Science DepartmentClemson University
Duncan Darby, Ph.D.
Professor, Food, Nutrition and Packaging Sciences Department
Jeff Rhodehamel, Ph.D.
Professor, Food, Nutrition, & Packaging Science Department
Director of Alumni and Career Services, College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences
Clemson’s Recycling Facilities
Kite Hill Recycling Center
The Kite Hill Recycling Center facilitates on-campus and off-campus recycling, helping to make Clemson a more sustainable home for its residents. The Kite Hill center works directly with student organizations to sort materials into their proper recycling bins and divert waste from landfills.
Cherry Crossing Research Center
Clemson’s Cherry Crossing Research Center is an established composting facility that is defining best practices for university composting. The program now collects back-of-house organics from all the campus dining halls, paper towels in select academic and housing buildings, and food waste from football and other events.
Solid Waste and Recycling Manager