Traditional fuel. It’s…
Bad for the environment.
A foreign-relations headache.
And getting much more expensive.
But what are our other options?
Join us for Green Drinks this Friday at Phipps Conservatory from 5:30 to 7:30pm for a discussion on the great advances in bio-diesel and other local alternative fuel options with our hosts Steel City Bio-fuels, United Oil Company, and the PA Dept. of Environmental Protection.
And after our discussion, Steel City Bio-fuels will give a live demonstration on how they make bio-fuel!
About This Month’s Hosts:
Steel City Bio-fuels (www.SteelCityBiofuels.org)
United Oil Company (www.UnitedB100.com)
What is Green Drinks?
Every month, people who work in the environmental field or have in interest in a greener planet meet up for drinks at places all around the world at informal sessions known as Green Drinks. We have a lively mixture of people from NGOs, academia, government and business. Come along and you’ll be made welcome.Pittsburgh Green Drinks meets on the 3rd Friday of each month from 5:30 – 7:00 PM at Phipps Conservatory. Put it in your calendar and count on it: Green Drinks is happening every month.
For Directions, follow this link:
Join us for a Goodbye Party for the Mon-Fayette Toll Road, in the heart of Braddock, through which the road would heartlessly raze. We’ll gather at Mayor John Fetterman’s front yard (or the First Presbyterian Church next door near the corner of Braddock & Library, should it rain) for a potluck and lively conversation (8:00 p.m.) That means you should bring some food or snacks to share, and bring your own drinks. We’ll have the basics. There will be an outdoor pottery firing going on at the Carnegie Library (if you want to, for example, burn some Turnpike Commission literature).
When night falls, we’ll process to the Ohringer Building (640 Braddock Ave.) for the unveiling of an art installation (writ large: NOMFX) and a major announcement about the Toll Road you won’t want to miss! We may even pass the hat a little: we need to start the Toll Road Retirement Fund.
Let’s rally. Let’s party. Let’s kiss the Toll Road goodbye!
This FRIDAY July 21, 8:00 pm
Mayor John Fetterman’s Place
Library Street off Braddock Ave
Braddocc, PA (think I’m spelling that wrong? check out www.braddocc.com)
Free- BYOB & chow
More info about the MFX:
produced by Citizens for Pennsylvania’s Future (PennFuture); Progress Pittsburgh; Sierra Club, Allegheny Gp; Group Against Smog & Pollution; Mayor, Braddock PA; League of Young Voters; Hazelwood Initiative
There are photos of the goodbye Mon-Fayette Party on Pittsburgh Indemedia. http://pittsburgh.indymedia.org/news/2006/07/2427…