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Free! Greenburgh’s Green Living Fair Saturday, April 28 , 10am to 2pm
Release Date: April 27, 2007

Free! Greenburgh’s Green Living Fair Saturday, April 28

10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The Town of Greenburgh presents exhibitors on saving energy (and money) in your home or business, solar energy, vegetable-oil and biodiesel fuels, hybrid vehicles, ride-sharing programs, green building products, buying “green power” from clean energy sources, what you can do to combat global warming, and more. Energy-efficient light bulbs and books on sustainable living topics will be for sale. Book signing 1 to 2 p.m. by award-winning New York Times environmental reporter and author Andy Revkin.

 

Fair will include a Be Cool Room Air Conditioner Turn-in Event:  Residential and multifamily customers of Con Edison electric service can turn in an old, working room air conditioner and become eligible to earn a cash bounty when they purchase a new ENERGY STAR® qualified model (see www.GetEnergySmart.org  for Be Cool details).

 

Greenburgh Town Hall, 177 Hillside Ave., Greenburgh. For inf (914) 993-1649 or greenburghenergy@earthlink.net. Co-sponsored by Mid-Hudson Energy$mart Communities and NYSERDA.

 

Nicola Coddington

Energy Conservation Coordinator

Town of Greenburgh

177 Hillside Avenue

Greenburgh, NY 10607

(914) 993-1649

greenburghenergy@earthlink.net

 

 

Free!

GREENBURGH’S

 GREEN LIVING FAIR

Saturday April 28

10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

GreenburghTown Hall

177 Hillside Ave.(Route 100), Greenburgh NY 10607

(off Rte. 119/Tarrytown Rd.; also off 287 Westbound, Exit 5)

 

Exhibits to help you learn about:

Saving Energy (and $$!) in Your Home or Business 

Energy-Efficient Lighting (CFL bulbs will be for sale)

Solar Energy (Electric & Hot Water)

Hybrid Vehicles * Vegetable-Oil and BiodieselFuels

Ride-Sharing Programs * GreenBuildingProducts

Sustainable Food * “Green Power” * Books on Sustainable Living

What You Can Do to Combat Global Warming * And More!

Book signing 1 to 2 p.m.by NYT reporter/author Andy Revkin

 

Free and Open to the Public

Sponsored by the Town of Greenburgh and Mid-Hudson Energy Smart Communities, a project of the New York State Energy Research & Development Authority (NYSERDA)

Inf call 914-993-1649or e-mail greenburghenergy@earthlink.net

 

Replace that old, inefficient air conditioner!

Fair will include a BeCool Room Air Conditioner Turn-in Event:

Residential and multifamily customers of Con Edison electric service can turn in an old, working room air conditioner and become eligible to earn a cash bounty when they purchase a new ENERGY STAR® qualified model

 

 

 

 

 

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