More New York homeowners have tapped into solar power in recent years, as regulations have eased and prices have dropped. But apartment dwellers, for the most part, have been kept in the dark. Starting this summer, though, renters and homeowners who live in buildings that don’t, or can’t, have solar panels on the roof can join something known as a community solar group.
If you have ever mourned the number of cigarette butts littering your local streets, take heart that they can actually be used as a resource to produce new products—and you can get involved.
“Keep Pensacola Beautiful is an outstanding organization for the Pensacola Community. They continue to find innovative ways to make Pensacola more beautiful, on land and even in the water. Partnering with Keep Pensacola Beautiful has helped us reach a new volunteer base and get more great projects out for the community to be proud of. It’s always a pleasure to work with them!”
--Beth Fugate, Northwest Florida Aquatic Preserves 2017
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