Surgeries in Scunthorpe and Brigg will show you how to save energy and money
North Lincolnshire Council is asking people along to environmental surgeries this week, where they can find out how to save energy and money and how to become an energy warden.
- Wednesday, June 20 at Church Square House, Scunthorpe, 11am to 2pm
- Thursday, June 21 at Hewson House, Brigg, 11am to 2pm
- Friday, June 22, Civic Centre, Scunthorpe, 11am to 2pm
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- A North Lincolnshire resident produces 11 tonnes of CO2 each year
- Recycling just one glass bottle or jar saves enough energy to run a Nintendo Wii for five hours!
- Recycling one tonne of paper saves 1.32 tonnes of CO2 – the equivalent of not driving 3,700 miles
- On average, each person in the UK uses 150 litres of water a day.
- A tap left dripping once a second can waste enough water in a year to run 135 baths.
The council will also be holding workshops at 13 schools across North Lincolnshire this week to discuss litter, recycling,
energy, water and bug hunting. Anglian Water will also provide a water workshop schools will take part in.
Councillor Nigel Sherwood (Brigg and Wolds), cabinet member for Highways and neighbourhood at North Lincolnshire Council, said: "Environment week provides a great opportunity to get involved and find out what you can do to help save money and energy.
"There are lots f useful tips, help and advice to get you started and on your way doing your bit to help. At a time when money is tight for many people, you will find out how you can save money. After all, it's better in your pocket and you can learn how to be energy savvy."