This Thursday, May 10, is the Sustainable Seattle May Neighborhood Workshop at Solid Ground (1501 N. 45th Street) from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Reed Painting and SustainableWorks will be at the workshop to teach participants how to create green redecorating projects and to improve energy efficiency in your home.
SustainableWorks, a nonprofit contractor and partner in the City of Seattle’s Community Power Works program, “will share tips and techniques to help you save energy in your home, lower your carbon footprint, and save money,” according to the event information. Reed Painting will, “discuss their Green Man Paint Program, which recycles your donated paint, participates in responsible disposal, and donates quality recycled paint to your community projects.” They will also talk about how homeowners are affected by the EPA’s new lead regulations. Reed will provide a painting demonstration and tips for painting projects. They will also be giving away a free quart of their recycled paint at the end of the night.
To register for the event, click here.
(Disclosure: Reed Painting is a MyWallingford sponsor)Tweet