Easy As One in Orlando

March 17, 2011 at 9:42 am Leave a comment

Learning one new way to protect air and water quality and reduce waste is easy as stopping by the Go Eco Orlando Green Expo, a one day community event designed to introduce consumers to a variety of eco friendly products, services and resources.

While at the expo, you can find energy and water conservation information, ask Master Gardeners about Florida-friendly planting, attend workshops on solar water heating and electric systems. You can also recycle that old cell phone that’s taking up space in your cabinets or drawers.

DEP’s Easy As One team will be collecting used cell phones and chargers (both working and non-working). Phones will be donated to the 911 Cell Phone Bank where data is cleared, phones are refurbished and sent to law enforcement agencies and victim assistance programs where they are distributed to those who may need emergency communication. Phones that can’t be refurbished will be recycled.  Those who bring used cell phones to donate will receive a day pass for free entry into a Florida State Park (while supplies last).

Whether you’re shopping for shoes or shopping for information, you can find it all at the mall.

Go Eco Orlando Green Expo
Saturday, March 19, 2011
10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Orlando Fashion Square
East Colonial at Maguire Rd.

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