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Working Towards a Green Sarnia-Lambton

The Community Round Table Environment Committee is focused on making Sarnia-Lambton a green community.

Over the past year, the Community Round Table Environment Committee has been working in partnership with the City of Sarnia and other organizations on the following:

  • An idle free strategy
  • An anti idling poster contest for high school students
  • Tips in the Recycling Calendar
  • Encouraging participation in Earth Hour
  • Trees of Distinction Bike Tour

This year the Committee will focus on the idle free strategy, as well as encouraging citizens and organizations to be environmentally friendly at public events.

The Environment Committee has also developed this website which will be a place to learn about green topics such as naturalization, transportation, where to recycle products locally, and what's happening in our community.

The members of the Community Round Table Environmental Committee are:

Alison Mahon (Chair)
Rich Bouchard
Janet Fisher
Mabel Higgins
Peter Hungerford (City of Sarnia)
Brenda Lorenz
Nikki May
Darren Nesbit
Mary Jean O'Donnell
Peter Smith

The Environment Committee was established by the Community Round Table to implement the Environmental Action Plan "Individual Actions to a Green Community". The Community Round Table is composed of citizen representatives from the various sectors of the community. It was established to advance strategic initiatives that have been identified by citizens.

If you are interested in joining or partnering with the Environment Committee, please contact Alison Mahon, Chair, at amahon@cogeco.ca

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