Learn Secrets Of “Green” Home Remodeling

WOODBRIDGE – Mayor John E. McCormac announced Tuesday that “Greenable Woodbridge” will continue its series of seminars and workshops with a “hands-on” program designed to unlock the secrets of green home repair and remodeling.

Join industry experts, remodelers, home repair contractors, homeowners, and area residents for a hands-on and informative program that teaches the secrets of “green” home repair and remodeling on Thursday, Aug. 20, at 7 p.m. at the Woodbridge Health Center’s Conference Room, 2 George Frederick Plaza, Woodbridge.


The workshop is presented by Jennifer Senick, executive director, Rutgers University Center for Green Building and representatives of the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU). “Greenable Woodbridge” is an ongoing, Township-wide initiative geared to inform and engage Township residents and businesses in the art and benefits of “going green.”

McCormac noted that “Greenable Woodbridge” is a long-term, township-wide environmental awareness initiative that will touch nearly every resident, business and visitor with real, environmentally-friendly programs and alternatives.

“‘Greenable Woodbridge’ is designed to identify the environmental and sustainable issues of importance to the future of our community, and to provide the direction and initiatives we can all take to establish Woodbridge Township as a leader in sustainable living.  But it will take the participation of everyone working together to put into place the “green” practices that will benefit all of us into the future,” McCormac said.

To participate in the everyday sustainable actions that serve to preserve and protect our environment, visit the township’s “Greenable Woodbridge” web page at: www.twp.woodbridge.nj.us.

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