Join Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone, Suffolk County Planning Commission, Sustainability Institute,
Cornell Cooperative of Suffolk County and Quiet Communities
Monday, June 16, 2014, 8:00 am −10:30 am
H Lee Dennison Bldg, 100 Veterans Memorial Hwy, Hauppauge, NY 11788
First Floor Media Room
· JOIN US to learn about:
o Ways to reduce nitrogen pollution from lawn fertilizer
o The adverse impacts of gas-powered equipment on our health and environment.
o How new technologies can deliver great performance, eliminate pollution, reduce noise, improve sustainability… and save money!
· PARTICIPATE IN A HANDS-ON DEMO of a full line of innovative outdoor maintenance equipment and exciting prototypes − try them out!
· Frank Castelli, Environmental Projects Coordinator, SuffolkCounty
· Neal Lewis, Esq., Executive Director, Sustainability Institute at Molloy College
· Tamson Yeh, Pest Management /Turf Specialist, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County
· Rick Balla, Chief, Watershed Management Branch US EPA Region 2
· Dan Mabe, President, The Green Station and Founder of the American Green Zone Alliance. Dan works with municipalities, state agencies, commercial properties, and others to implement high performance zero-emissions equipment.
· Jamie Banks, PhD, MS, Executive Director, Quiet Communities,a non-profit organization providing education and outreach on the health and environmental impacts of gas-powered outdoor maintenance and helping communities find cleaner, quieter, more sustainable, and healthier solutions.