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Greener Apartment Living Forum

25 Feb 2010

The City of Melbourne will be hosting on March 18 a second eco-city forum, Greener Apartment Living.

More than 70 per cent of residents in the City of Melbourne municipality live in high-rise apartments. Overall, residents account for 22 per cent of the municipality’s water consumption, 7 per cent of greenhouse gas emissions, and more than 14,000 tonnes of waste sent to landfill each year.

The forum, at Melbourne Town Hall, aims to provide information, skills and resources to apartment residents and building managers about how they can reduce their everyday environmental impact.

There will also be an open-mic session and opportunity for the community to learn about how the City of Melbourne’s sustainability programs can be applied to apartments.

If you have any questions you would like addressed at the forum please email (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) by Thursday, March 11.

When:    7pm to 9pm, Thursday, March 18
Where:    Swanston Hall, Melbourne Town Hall
RSVP:    Monday, March 15 to
(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

For more information
visit www.melbourne.vic.gov.au

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