Planet Philadelphia Today - January 15th - 4:00 pm streaming on http://www.gtownradio.com/ - two scientists at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University; Dr. Stefanie Kroll and Lin B. Perez, tell us about important things we can do ourselves here in NW Philly to help with water management. After that, we’ll hear Professor Rakesh Agrawal, about a new energy system combining solar and hydrogen production that's getting a lot of attention, "Hyricity." Tune in to hear these informative interviews and more awesome environmental news on Planet Philadelphia today!
And don’t forget - the Weird Waste Electronics Recycling event is Saturday, January 16, 2016; 10am to 2pm at the Norwood-Fontbonne Academy at 8891 Germantown Avenue in NW Philly. It’s a great way to responsibly recycle all your old dead motherboards or cell phones or lamps – anything with a cord… for more information on that go to http://tinyurl.com/qy4wkhl
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