Home Energy Fair In Milford CT



57 New Haven Avenue

January 26th 2008*       10:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Energy Advice, Product Vendors, Programs, Services,
Informational Displays and much more!


Clean Energy Providers
Solar Energy Companies
Green Building Specialists
Energy Efficient Appliance Vendors
Environmental Education Resources
Electric & Gas Utility Representatives
Loan and Grant Program Information
Clean Energy Advocacy Groups
Energy Conservation Advisors

Special Guest Sara Uhl,
Coalition for a Safe and Healthy Connecticut:
Bring your toys to learn how safe they are.

Sponsored by the Friends of Milford Library, the Clean Energy Task Force and the Environmental Concerns Coalition,
with the generous support of the Connecticut Clean Energy FundFor more information call 783-3230

*Snow Date 2/9/08


Milford Cub Scout Pack 722 Going Green

j0433860.pngj0422352.jpgSince the Boy Scout of America’s inception in 1910, members have learned to live the principles of the Scout Oath and Law through community services and “helping other people at all times.” With that history in mind, the BSA has developed a service initiative  Good Turn for America.
Cub Scout Pack 722, based at Orchard Hills School Milford Ct is Going Green by collecting Recyclable Ink cartridges, cell phones, and Toner cartridges for the Good Turn For America Program.

There are collection boxes at OHS School on Marino Drive in Milford and St Agnes Church 400 Merwin Ave Woodmont CT.

All profits from the effort benefit Scouts in the Wepawaug Valley of the CT Yankee Council.

Some area businesses in Woodmont section of Milford are helping us out now like Edward Jones Financial, MilfordBank, and The News Den.

Please check here for the cartridges that we are currently collecting.  Or visit Pack 722 for more information and click on go green.

If anyone has any questions or locates a large amount of ink cartridges, toner, or cell phones please contact Edward Abbazia directly at edward.abbazia@gmail.com .

Healthy Home Maintenance Checklist

Family photo and HouseThe National Center for Healthy Housing (Formerly the National Center for Lead-Safe Housing) was founded as a nonprofit organization in October 1992, to bring the public health, housing, and environmental communities together to combat our nation’s epidemic of childhood lead poisoning. As the National Center for Healthy Housing it continues its important role in reducing children’s risk of lead poisoning and has expanded its mission to help to decrease children’s exposure to other hazards in the home including biological, physical, and chemical contaminants in and around the home.The following checklist was developed for the Healthy Homes Training Center and Network as a tool for healthy home Maintenance Healthy Home Maintenance Checklist.