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EEC takes efforts to reduce air pollution within Edgewater/Andersonville while educating the community on good stewardship practices for clean air.

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In this article, we have collected actions and resources with the goal to help reduce water pollution and educate the community on good stewardship practices for clean water.

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Landfill diversion is as it sounds: diverting material away from the landfill for alternate use. Composting is a great example of landfill diversion in action.

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Green buildings are businesses, residential spaces, or community spaces that incorporate sustainable practices in their design and operation. With ⅓ of emissions contributing to climate change coming from buildings, green buildings are a vital step in creating a community that supports a clean environment!

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We welcome student involvement. We have and will continue to partner with students, teachers, administrators, PTAs, LSCs, and parents.

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Plants living in their natural range, for which they are specially adapted to the local climate and ecosystem, are called "native". They tend to grow more readily, and serve more ecological functions, than non-native plants.

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We seek to expand the use of renewable energy in Edgewater and Andersonville and help hasten the clean energy economy.

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Our guidelines for sustainable development for developers in Edgewater.