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“One-tonne Challenge”

Halifax Regional Fire and Emergency accepts challenge to reduce Green House Gases

(Wednesday, July 27, 2005 ) - Halifax Regional Fire and Emergency is taking part in the “One-tonne Challenge” to reduce Green House Gas Emissions.

There are forty community challenges taking place across Canada. Each workshop is one hour in length, and discusses ways to reduce green house gases by; reducing electricity usage, driving less, using less water, and creating less waste.

“One-tonne Challenge” workshops will be conducted on August 3rd at the following places and times. Media are invited to attend.

August 3rd

Time                          Location & Address

0930 to 1030            Station 3 5663 West Street Halifax
1030 to 1130            Station 8 15 Convoy Run Bedford
130 to 230                Station 12 45 Highfield Park Drive, Dartmouth
400 to 500                Station 17 1150 Cole Harbour Road, Cole Harbour

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Contact the following for additional information;

Until July 29th Kevin H. Thomas @ 209-4959, Acting Divisional Chief

After July 29th - Wayne Higgins @ 209-4960, Acting Divisional Chief




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