There is always a debate about the definition of a green home but that is not what we're posting about right now. It doesn't matter what shade of green your home is, or maybe it isn't green at all and it's blue, again, it doesn't matter. What matters is that your home is healthy. Everyone wants a healthy home and the best way to start is by learning how to use non toxic, safe cleaning products.
FREE Green Spring Cleaning Event in Madison WI
Monday, May 17, 3:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
at Madison Environmental Group, Inc., 25 N. Pinckney, 3rd floor, Madison, WI
ALL EnAct participants past, present and future are welcome to come to our Green Spring Cleaning event and learn how to make eco-friendly cleaning products!
We will demonstrate how to make your own non-toxic cleaning solutions using common household products. These products are less expensive, clean better than many of the leading store-bought cleaners, and keep harmful chemicals out of our lakes and streams. Plus you help the environment by not driving to the store and back. Bring your own bottles if you would like to take some of our solutions home. The event will be filmed and broadcast at a later date on Madison Gas and Electric's Green View.
We will make an oven cleaner, all-purpose cleaner, toilet bowl cleaner, furniture polish, mold killer, and a creamy soft scrubber.
Please RSVP if you would like to attend: Email: Maria Sadowski at firstname.lastname@example.org call (608) 280-0800.
EnAct is still accepting applications for the Greener, Faster Challenge.
Don't miss this great opportunity to learn how to reduce your eco-footprint and win GREAT prizes. To learn more, come to Whole Foods on Tuesday, May 18, at 4:30 p.m. to hear Sonya Newenhouse speak about why we must take action now to reduce our environmental impact. Deadline for nominations is Monday, May 24.
EnAct is made possible by generous sponsors: Madison Gas and Electric, Madison Environmental Group, Inc., City of Madison Water Utility, Dane County Department of Public Works Solid Waste Division, City of Madison Metro Transit, Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District, Organic Valley Family of Farms, City of Fitchburg Public Works Department, and Home Savings Bank.