Monthly Archives: January 2011

Call for Papers!! Miami Browfield Job Training Program

The Miami Brownfield Job Training Program is accepting applications until the end of the week! This program was established to provide residents with the opportunity to acquire skills used within the environmental and green industries, which will make them highly … Continue reading

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Shop Green! Visit Liberty City’s Farmer’s Market this Thursday

Do you love to buy fresh produce from your local supermarket? Well chances are the goods you are purchasing could have traveled about 2,000 miles before reaching the store. Luckily, there are new Farmers Markets, like the one in Liberty … Continue reading

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Former Miami Arena site to convert into a “Do It Yourself Park!”

Come learn about an exciting park project that’s taking place on the former Miami Heat Arena site in downtown Miami. A coalition of volunteer professionals will employ the homeless and convert a stalled red field development into an active green field park … Continue reading

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Trash becomes Mulch! Free for Pick up at Virginia Key Compost Facility

The department of Solid Waste has come up with a sustainable way to reuse “clean yard trash” and in return provide a useful material, such as mulch, to the citizens of Miami. The Mulch created by the Solid Waste dept. is … Continue reading

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Hybrid Solid Waste Fleet, In motion!

Since mid September of 2010 the City has been benefiting from the use of their first fully hybrid-powered “green” solid waste truck.  The truck which was unveiled at the Miami City Hall by Mayor Tomas Regalado ,Autocar and Parker Hannifin … Continue reading

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City of Miami IT department Goes Green & Saves Green

The IT department recently made the decision to migrate all City of Miami computers and laptops to the latest version of Windows 7. This updated Windows software provides built-in power saving features, which not only will save the city money … Continue reading

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