Knightdale, NC : Heads of Household’s Learn How to Save Energy $$$$ Aug. 12 at 7:30 @ Knightdale Public Library

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The City of Raleigh is very interested in increasing public awareness about saving money and improving and sustaining a “world-class” quality of life in North Carolina. The Sustainable Home Program is part of the City of Raleigh’s Office of Sustainability. Residents will learn how-to save real dollars through:

  • Weatherization
  • Energy efficiency
  • Water conservation
  • Landscaping
  • Green cleaning
  • Recycling, and playing
  • JouleBug  (a fun and informational “conservation game” for the whole family)

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The Workshop will take place at the Knightdale Public Library located at 946 Steeple Square CT from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Please refer to this website for more program information

This is a very significant matter that must attract the attention of every household. For more information contact organize, Alton Haywood at (919) 217-9705. All attendees will receive a FREE SUPPLY KIT (one per family) to help them to get started.

Remember that, Raleigh’s commitment to sustainability is central to its vision for the future!




This vision focuses on interdependent relationships between Economic Strength, Environmental Stewardship and Social Equity. These three fundamental principles guide decisions the City of Raleigh makes as a 21st Century City of Innovation.

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