Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Local Water Company to Partipate in Energy Solutions Expo

Local Water Company to Partipate in Energy Solutions Expo
Water experts will be on hand to discuss one of our areas most critical natural resources.

HAZLETON, PA, June 4, 2009 – Hosts of the upcoming Northeast PA Energy Solutions Expo announced today that Hazleton Area Water Company, makers of “Tomhicken Mountain Spring Water,” will be a sponsor for the event to be held June 13th and 14th, 2009, at the Luzerne County Fairgounds in Dallas, Pa. The event is hosted by the Pocono Northeast Resource Conservation & Development (RC&D) Council in association with the Endless Mountains RC&D Council, non-profit organizations advocating natural resource and community sustainability in Pennsylvania. The event will focus on alternative and renewable energy opportunities as well as energy conservation for residents, landowners, municipalities, regional governments, and local businesses.

The local water company provides services related to the siting, design, construction, and management of spring water and bulk water sources for potable water use. The company owns and maintains a number of natural artesian spring water sources throughout Northeastern Pennsylvania. The facilities are permitted by multiple state and federal agencies.

“We are very pleased to have Hazleton Area Water Company involved in this event,” said Brian Oram, Chairperson of the Pocono NE RC&D Council. “This is exactly the kind of sponsor we were hoping to attract with this event. It will help us provide citizens with the opportunity to learn about solutions and innovative technologies that may be long-term, affordable options.”

The event is open to area residents of all ages and will provide a range of educational opportunities, including free adult continuing education units from Wilkes University for those who attend any of the many educational seminars presented during the show. In addition, around 60 area organizations and businesses will have booths at the show, providing information on many products and services that benefit area residents.

The Energy Expo will provide a forum where area residents can learn about conservation and alternative energy solutions. The event will provide presentations and seminars on many energy topics, including solar energy, wind energy, geothermal energy, biomass energy, green building design, energy audits, farm energy audits, biofuels, transportation efficiency, state/federal tax credits, and financing. Exhibits will be provided for children that are fun and educational.

The event will cost $5 per adult with children under 12 free. If you have questions about the Expo, please visit http://www.pnesolutions.org or contact the Pocono Northeast RC&D Council at 570-282-8732 ext. 4.
About Endless Moutains Resource Conservation & Development CouncilThe Endless Mountains Resource Conservation and Development (EMRC&D) Council was established in 1967 and included Bradford, Sullivan, Susquehanna, Tioga, and Wyoming Counties. In 1992, Lycoming County was added to the area. The RC&D Program is unique combination of private enterprise and Federal assistance that encourages the blending of natural resource use with local economic and social values. Program objectives address improving the quality of life, including social, economic and environmental concerns; continuing prudent use of natural resources; and strengthing local citizens' ability to utilize available sources of assistance through Federal and State agencies, and other public and private entities. The RC&D Program provides a form of "facilitated self-help" for conservation and economic development in communities across the Nation essentially serving as regional rural development organizations.

About Poconos Northeast Resource Conservation & Development Council
The Pocono Northeast Resource Conservation and Development (RC&D) Council is a non-profit organization that has been active in northeast Pennsylvania since 1980. The Council is committed to the preservation and protection of natural resources within a framework of economic growth and is directed by a group of dedicated volunteers.The regional organization encompasses and serves the following ten counties: Carbon, Columbia, Lackawanna, Luzerne, Monroe, Montour, Northumberland, Pike, Schuylkill, and Wayne. Find out more about the organization by visiting the website at http://www.pnercd.org.

Press Release prepared by Rick Grant- http://www.rickgrant.net/
Reprint of press release

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