Cambridge Energy Alliance Presents Going Green Around the Home June 24


Cambridge Energy Alliance Presents Going Green Around the Home
Wednesday, June 24, 7 p.m., Community Art Center 119 Windsor St., #6
Central Square, Cambridge

Come join us for a gathering where Laura Kischitz, President of Sustainable Life Solutions, will show you proven money-saving strategies and innovative products that can:

Reduce your energy costs
• Rid your home of toxins
• Save you hundreds of dollars annually.
• Reduce your consumption of single use items and so much more…

*Products can be ordered at the event, so you can start taking action immediately!

Going Green Around the Home is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be provided.  Please RSVP for the event to or call 617-491-0488 ext. 123. 

The Cambridge Energy Alliance is a city-sponsored organization created to save you money, while reducing Cambridge's carbon footprint. The Alliance is working with homeowners, businesses and institutions across our city to achieve unprecedented levels of energy savings and to expand clean energy sources.  To learn more about the Cambridge Energy Alliance, visit them online at or call 617-491-0488.

Sustainable Life Solutions helps individuals save money and energy, and reduce toxins and consumption in their lives.   Through our “Green” Home Parties, Employee Eco-Fairs, and “Green” Educational programs, individuals learn how to take advantage of simple solutions, subsidy/rebate programs, and technology which result in fuel, electricity and toxin reductions, as well as financial savings. To learn more about Sustainable Life Solutions visit them online at or call 617-281-1866.

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