Thomas Jefferson Mercantile Library and Museum

One University Blvd.
St. Louis
MO 63121

Thomas Jefferson Mercantile Library and Museum

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The North Campus Library at the University of Missouri-St. Louis provides many green amenities to its students, faculty, and staff. One of the landmarks that is associated with the library is the pyramid that comes out of the ground outside of the library which serves as part of the roof of the Mercantile Museum. This allows for great energy conservation within the museum due to the natural light that is allowed in and compensates for the lack of lamps or light bulbs as a source of light. In addition, the Library has many recycling bins in the building which allows visitors to assist the environment by separating the trash from the recycling. The bins are very well marked which helps the public from getting confused.


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