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Energy Saving Ideas

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As part of the Our Common Place project on the Golden Lane Estate, Waste Watch has been working with residents on ways to reduce heat loss and save energy that are of particular relevance to the…Continue

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“Our Common Place” on the Golden Lane Estate

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jonny Hazell Jan 25, 2012. 39 Replies

Waste Watch has been awarded a grant by the City of London Corporation to help the residents of the Golden Lane Estate create the kind of environment they want to live in. We are therefore keen to…Continue

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At 19:11 on June 15, 2011, Lee said…

Hello Jonny

Thanks for the message. Yes, you got the correct Lee!

I'm sure it would be OK to add something to out mail out... although generally the minutes don't get sent out to residents until about 2 weeks before the next meeting (the next GLERA meeting is on the 9th August).

Perhaps another idea might be to talk to our Chairman, Steve, and ask if you can come to the next meeting as a guest? This way you can talk to residents about your project and then we will mention the information within the minutes.

Please let me know what suits you.  

At 18:44 on April 12, 2011, Paul Lincoln said…
A good start will be for you to look at household waste being used for compost for the allotments. Putting it in plastic bags and sending  it away is not a good way of recycling.
 
 
 

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