Dennis B.

Location:

Jersey City, NJ

Member since:

February 1, 2012

What would help make Jersey City more sustainable, in your view?

Thoughtful awareness in our daily energy consumption has quantifiable results that appear in utility bills. Becoming alert to unintended wastefulness has a welcome side effect of increased comfort and health. The adoption of mindful energy use across residential and municipal buildings would be a great start to Jersey City becoming a leader of responsible energy consumption. We all go back to a home every night where we turn on the heat, flip a faucet, or fire up a video game. There's a lot that can be accomplished by small steps taken on a grass roots level. The result could lead to a city-wide reduction of energy and use.

Have you taken our Welcome Survey ? This will give us a better idea about what areas you are most interested in so we can introduce you to people who have some of the same interests as you do, and who may even live in your neighborhood!

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Here's the Welcome Survey link (3 minutes) http://sustainablejc.org/wordpress/welcome-to-sjc-survey/ Your feedback is always appreciated.

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Residential Energy Audits BPI Certified (Building Performance Institute) Building Analyst, Envelope Specialist Home Energy Workshops, Home Energy Clipboard Audits And Gardening, Composting with worms, Conventional Composting


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