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Solar for All in Atlanta April 14, 2017

Our mission: to provide solar power as an alternative energy source for the community of Atlanta.

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Electric Vehicle Readiness Task Force April 18, 2013

A Resolution authorizing the creation of a Task Force to explore the City’s Infrastructure Readiness for the eventual use of Electric Vehicles and the related charging stations needed Key Points Embracing alternative …

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ORDINANCE – Atlanta’s Plugin Electric Vehicle Readiness April 17, 2013

About this Ordinance A Substitute Ordinance amending the FY 2012 (Intergovernmental Grant Fund) Budget, Department of Executive Offices, by adding to Anticipations and Appropriations in the amount of $58,000.00 for the purpose …

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RESOLUTION Expand Curbside Recycling – Compost April 17, 2013

About this Policy A Resolution in honor of Earth Day, requesting the Mayor to reestablish recycling for City of Atlanta offices, to endorse an expansion of the City’s Curbside Recycling Program, and …

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Low Flow Toilet Installation March 14, 2013

About Low-Flow Toilets A low-flush toilet or low-flow toilet is a flush toilet that uses significantly less water than a full-flush toilet. Most low-flush toilets use 6 liters (1.6 gallons) per flush …

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RM Clayton Combined Heat and Power March 14, 2013

What is combined heat and power (CHP)? Combined heat and power (CHP) maximizes the usable energy from a fuel source by simultaneously generating thermal and electric outputs. CHP can achieve operating efficiencies …

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Midtown Traffic Signal Synchronization March 14, 2013

ABOUT TRAFFIC SIGNAL SYNCRONIZATION According to the United States Department of Transportation Research and Innovative Technology Administration (RITA) synchronized traffic signals reduce typical travel delays by 25% and gasoline usage by 5%. …

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Rainwater Harvesting at Georgia Tech March 14, 2013

ABOUT RAINWATER HARVESTING AT GEORGIA TECH GA Tech is home to the largest rain water and condensation collection system (1,400,000 gallons) on a US campus used for flushing and irrigation. When Georgia …

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Southface SWEET Center March 14, 2013

ABOUT THIS PROJECT A prime example of adaptive building reuse, this facility was previously a diaper laundry and an autobody shop. In early 2010, Southface undertook an extensive renovation to the building, …

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Tree Plantings March 13, 2013

Trees Atlanta Dedicated to protecting Atlanta’s urban forest through planting, conservation, and education Founded in 1985, Trees Atlanta works tirelessly to address Atlanta’s tree loss, protect its forests, and create new green …

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Atlanta Streets Alive – May 19th! March 13, 2013

About ATLANTA STREETS ALIVE For the past two years since its inception, Atlanta Streets Alive has been a twice-yearly event where everyone from cyclists to skateboarders to roller bladers to children can …

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