In 2016, the Green Committee of the Mount Prospect Public Library will be offering a series of programs on how to save energy and money in your home. We will be partnering with Elevate Energy, a nonprofit that promotes energy efficiency in order to lower costs to the consumer and protect the environment. Our first program on Monday, February 8, 2016 will focus on smart meters including tips on maximizing energy and cost savings. Look for other related programs throughout the year.
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Energy Efficiency Program Series in 2016
This website has been created and maintained by the Mount Prospect Public Library staff and is a project of the Library’s Green Committee. The Green Committee’s role is to promote and develop green initiatives within the Library and in the community. The committee plans an annual “Green Farmers’ Market” at the Mount Prospect Lion’s Club Farmers’ Market (with assistance from the village of Mount Prospect Public Works Department). Each year a theme is chosen; examples include organic gardening/composting, alternative energy and transportation. At this event, community experts relevant to the chosen theme are invited to discuss, promote, demonstrate the benefits of a greener lifestyle to the market attendees.