Draft PGW Diversification Study and Town Hall presenting it
Organization which promotes geothermal energy in Philadelphia. Offshoot of the local Sierra Club.
Meets 6pm on Tuesdays.
Initial membership fee is $25
Contact Mehdi Entezari at firstname.lastname@example.org details
Friends of the Wissahickon Weekend - Leave No Trace Stewardship
Weekend of July 23-25
A partnership of Friends of the Wissahickon with Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics
Philadelphia Pool and Spraygrounds Openings
Search for pools and spraygrounds near you: https://www.phila.gov/parks-rec-finder/?mc_cid=04fbed2462&mc_eid=185114f329#/search/locations?term=H2021
Dates of availability may change. The most up-to-date list is here: https://www.phila.gov/2021-06-28-parks-recs-pools-are-back-2021-opening-dates/?mc_cid=04fbed2462&mc_eid=185114f329
Household Hazardous Waste Event – next 2021 event Friday, July 16, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 8401 State Rd. at Ashburner St. Visit philadelphiastreets.com/hazardous-waste/for a list of acceptable household hazardous waste and to pre-register for this event or other 2021 events..
Computers are not accepted at any of the Household Hazardous Waste events as they can be taken to any of the Centers during normal business hours. As a reminder, latex or water base paint is not hazardous and can be placed in the regular trash if the paint is dried up or solidified with an absorbent material, such as, kitty litter. Universal waste such as florescent light bulbs and lithium, rechargeable and lead-acid batteries can be dropped off in the new bulb or battery containers at the Sanitation Convenience Centers. Alkaline batteries can be disposed of curbside. Residents are encouraged to wrap tape around both ends of an alkaline battery as an added precaution. Waste materials generated by a business will not be accepted at any of the Household Hazardous Waste events or at Sanitation Convenience Centers.
For additional information, please visit the Streets Department’s website. For all City services, call 311.
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