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Dec. 7 Green Bag Luncheon to focus utility savings at work and at home

Posted by on Wednesday, November 23, 2011 in Energy, Events, News, Sustainability Project, Water.

The Sustainability and Environmental Management Office (SEMO) and the American Studies Sustainability Project will sponsor the fourth installment of the Green Bag Luncheon Series on Wednesday, December 7 from noon to 1 pm in Sarratt 189. Join Dave Parker, green building consultant and LEED AP, for a presentation and discussion on easy and efficient ways to save energy, water, and money in both your office and home environments. So bring your lunch and join us to learn how you can reduce your consumption of utilities through vampire energy loss solutions, efficient and energy-saving lighting and temperature controls and timers, fans and ventilation use strategies, solar shading and intake, peak hour usage, water-conserving plumbing fixtures, xeriscaping, and more!

Anyone who attends will be eligible to receive giveaways relevant to office and home utility savings. Individuals who attend three or more sessions of the year-long Green Bag lunch series will be entered in a drawing to receive one of two larger giveaways!

All Green Bag lunches are free and open to Vanderbilt community members. A video of the session will be posted on the SustainVU and Vanderbilt News websites. You can find a list of upcoming Green Bag Lunch sessions at SustainVU’s Green Bag Luncheon Series page.

For more information about Vanderbilt’s sustainability program, visit SustainVU, become a fan of SEMO’s SustainVU Facebook page, or contact SEMO at or 322-9022.

Contact: SustainVU, (615) 322-9022

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