The city has been awarded a New York State Energy Research and Development Authority Energy Efficiency Block Grant for the Climate Smart Communities program. It would help the city to benchmark its current energy use and identify and apply for additional grant opportunities to reduce energy consumption and costs.
Fidelis Health Care is helping Catholic Charities of Oswego County go green by supplying the agency’s food panty with re-usable bags for its consumers.
Oswego County officials have several projects planned or already under way to help reduce utility costs, conserve energy and become more energy independent
Brophy Services Inc, Central New York’s largest locally owned and operated commercial janitorial and office cleaning service contractor, recently became a distributor of—and privately labels—its own Eco-Logo certified cleaning products, said Eileen L. Brophy, president. “Eco-Logo certified cleaning products minimize the adverse impact on our health and the environment, while cleaning effectively,” Brophy said. “Brophy
Eastern Shore Associates Insurance (ESA), a Trusted Choice® agency, has saved more than 100 trees, and will save more than 34,135 kilowatts as part of energy saving and recycling initiatives throughout its offices, said Melissa Calverase, ESA vice president, finance. “We’ve nearly completed refitting all the lighting in our Fulton office through National Grid’s Energy
The city and college are both making large strides to reduce their carbon footprints.
Ronald J. (Greeney) Green, 73, of Fulton died May 19, 2010 at home.
Wendy Cobrda, Central New York’s “Data Diva” and the guru of green, will share her findings about consumers’ attitudes toward environmental issues when she speaks at the May meeting of the Professional Journalists and Communicators of Oswego County.
Chevrolet’s prototype fuel cell vehicle, the Equinox, will be available to test driveÂ by Central New Yorkers who attend SUNY-Oswego’s first Sustainability Fairâ€””Green Products and Ideas” – on April 21.
Oswego County Legislature Chairman Barry Leemann today announced the launch of a new Web site that will help Oswego County residents save money on their energy bills and give them information about energy conservation projects.