Energy Conservation Challenge

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Way to go Oshawa! We had a great response to the Energy Conservation Challenge!

The City's Energy Conservation Challenge, in partnership with Oshawa P.U.C. Networks and the Oshawa Public Libraries, kicked-off on Earth Hour (March 19) and ran through to Earth Day (April 22).

Thank you to all those who participated by submitting tips on how to conserve energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Tips were submitted below on Connect Oshawa and in person at City facilities.

The Oshawa Environmental Advisory Committee, a committee of volunteers that advises Council with respect to certain environmental matters, reviewed all submitted tips.

The Committee selected three winners who will receive gift certificates for Oshawa restaurants, donated by the Oshawa P.U.C. Networks. Congratulations to the first and second place winners, Dorothy Booher and Hazel MacPhail.

Way to go Oshawa! We had a great response to the Energy Conservation Challenge!

The City's Energy Conservation Challenge, in partnership with Oshawa P.U.C. Networks and the Oshawa Public Libraries, kicked-off on Earth Hour (March 19) and ran through to Earth Day (April 22).

Thank you to all those who participated by submitting tips on how to conserve energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Tips were submitted below on Connect Oshawa and in person at City facilities.

The Oshawa Environmental Advisory Committee, a committee of volunteers that advises Council with respect to certain environmental matters, reviewed all submitted tips.

The Committee selected three winners who will receive gift certificates for Oshawa restaurants, donated by the Oshawa P.U.C. Networks. Congratulations to the first and second place winners, Dorothy Booher and Hazel MacPhail.

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    Park before ordering

    by smithta8, about 6 years ago

    Get out of the car. When you are picking up a coffee or some fast food take a couple minuets to stretch your legs and go into the restaurant to order. This will help reduce emissions that would be produced from the car while you sit bumper to bumper in the drive-through. The little things add up! Making this small change to ones driving habits will help our community reduce emissions.

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