Kirkland surveys citizens on sustainability interests

Kirkland surveys citizens on sustainability interests

Are you interested in touring a landfill, recycling facility or composting facility? Does learning about how to save energy in your home and lower your water utility costs interest you? Want to learn about your local watershed and wildlife and how to protect them? Kirkland Environmental Services is organizing a Sustainably Education Series for Kirkland residents and wants your input. The Sustainability Education Series aims to broaden what Kirkland residents already know about sustainability through a variety of classes, tours, and hands-on workshops. An online survey is available through Tuesday, May 15, 2012 to gauge the public’s interest on which topics to cover and activities to organize. The survey is available at www.kirklandwa.gov/ses. Complete the survey and provide your mailing address to receive either a free stainless steel water bottle or reusable shopping bag! For more information, contact Kelly Ferron, Kirkland’s Recycling Programs Coordinator at 425-587-3814 or kferron@kirklandwa.gov.

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