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Did You Know - Adam J. Lewis Center
Oberlin College has been a leader in improving the environment. The Adam J. Lewis Center for Environmental Studies opened in November 1999. It was designed to purify and reuse non-potable wastewater on site, use sustainably grown or produced materials, and eliminate the use of toxic materials, among other features. The building is intended to be a laboratory that showcases environmentally efficient building technologies and sustainable building techniques. The Lewis Center has won several major architectural awards and continues to attract considerable national attention.