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first_imgThe International Fair Design Fair, which will be held in Rovinj from 15 to 18 November this year, will be presented on Tuesday, April 10, at 10 am at the Osijek County Chamber, at 13 Europska avenija.Exhibiting at the Design District fair is a real opportunity for exhibitors to get in touch with those who decide on the interior design of tourist facilities in Istria and Kvarner.In Osijek, the Design District fair will be presented by the organizers, and you can find more about the fair at the following link: www.design-district.net. The presentation of the fair is organized by the Osijek County Chamber in cooperation with the Association of Croatian Furniture Manufacturers – Croatian Interiors, and DD points out that all apply for participation via online applications here, the application deadline is April 9th.Karim Rashid is coming to RovinjThe urgent need to hold a furniture fair in the region with a sign of design and originality has led us to proudly announce today a unique event for all those involved in interior design, regardless of whether they are architects, designers, manufacturers or traders, say the fair organizers. DD. Thus, the complete offer will be found in one place, from designing to interior design of hotels, villas, apartments, holiday homes, restaurants and other spaces.District Design as a special guest he brings One of the world’s most prominent designers Karima Rashida who will talk about futuristic hotels, about their vision of tourism and what tourism should become. He will show us some of the most amazing works of architecture and design that he signs and make this show as special as each one he hosts.The fair will be accompanied by a series of activities: a conference for architects on the theme of hotel decoration, a conference of small hoteliers and renters, of which there are over 90.000 in Croatia, workshops, panels and discussions. read more

first_imgGovernor Tom Wolf and First Lady Frances Wolf Announce LED Energy-Saving Initiative at Annual Governor’s Residence Earth Day Celebration SHARE Email Facebook Twitter April 22, 2019center_img Environment,  First Lady Frances Wolf,  Governor’s Residence,  Press Release Harrisburg, PA – In accordance with Governor Wolf’s 2019 GreenGov Executive Order, Governor Tom Wolf and First Lady Frances Wolf today announced a new LED lighting initiative during the third annual public Earth Day celebration at the Governor’s Residence in Harrisburg.“We are proud to announce that the Governor’s Residence has taken important steps to convert all interior lighting from traditional bulb to energy-saving, efficient LEDs,” the First Lady said. “The return on investment for these new bulbs will occur in just six months – a smart move from both an environmental and economic standpoint.”The governor and first lady were joined at the Earth Day Celebration by Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Secretary Patrick McDonnell, Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn, and Department of General Services (DGS) Secretary Curt Topper.“Celebrating Earth Day is a great way to appreciate the tremendous natural environment we have in Pennsylvania and set an example for how everyone can reduce their carbon footprint to help protect it,” said DEP Secretary Patrick McDonnell. “With signs of climate change increasing, Governor Wolf has set state goals for reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and all Pennsylvanians have a part to play. DEP is committed to leading by example in our offices and to providing guidance and funding that enable other state and local leaders, business owners, community organizations, and citizens to take action.”Governor Wolf’s GreenGov Executive Order requires Pennsylvania to reduce greenhouse gas emissions 26 percent by 2025 and 80 percent by 2050. Governor Wolf has also established the GreenGov Council to improve energy efficiency across Commonwealth agencies, reducing Pennsylvania’s climate change contributions and saving taxpayers money. The Department of Environmental Protection has released strategies to lower greenhouse gas emissions through increased solar power energy and increased use of electric and alternative fuel vehicles.Secretary Dunn noted DCNR’s contributions to the Governor’s Residence and the Earth Day gathering, including planter boxes made by the Pennsylvania Outdoors Corps; installation and planting of a rain garden; and distribution of free white pine seedlings to residence visitors.“Whether it’s energy conservation or waterways protection, the enhancements seen, and information offered here today are directly in line with our department’s mission,” Dunn said, “DCNR is proud to be a partner in this annual observation.”Pennsylvania Department of General Services Secretary Curt Topper noted that through the Guaranteed Energy Savings Act (GESA), the commonwealth has made an $89.9 million investment in 10 projects to renovate state facilities with energy efficiency measures that once complete, will result in carbon dioxide emissions being cut by approximately 17,000 tons which is the equivalent of more than 37,000 trees planted annually, removing over 3,100 cars off the road yearly and the annual energy usage of 1,500 homes. In addition, the completed projects will produce $4.6 million in savings annually.The program enables the commonwealth to take on energy efficiency projects at state facilities paying for them over time with the annual savings from reduced utility consumption, rather than using commonwealth funds for upfront capital investments.“Through the Guaranteed Energy Savings Act Program, the state reduces our carbon footprint, lowers our energy bills to fund new construction projects and ultimately generates savings for the commonwealth,” Topper noted. “We are not only protecting the environment, but we are also protecting the use of taxpayer dollars. It’s a true win-win for everyone involved.”Additional green features of the Governor’s Residence interior and grounds include:Rain barrels. The Residence utilizes several rain barrels placed strategically throughout the property to reuse and prevent storm water runoff.Solar panels on south-facing roof of Residence. The panels provide not only a source of clean electricity to the Residence, but also an uninterrupted power supply of renewable energy for critical communications systems. Ground source heat pump (GSHP) system, which replaced existing electric resistance heating. GSHP systems, also called geothermal heat pumps, concentrate existing heat, rather than burning fossil fuels to release energy. The GSHP system provides heat as well as supplemental cooling to the Residence.Reduction of paper products where possible. This includes a major reduction in the use of paper plates, paper and plastic cups, and bottled water daily at events held at the Residence.Recycling of glass, plastic, paper, and cardboard.Herb and vegetable gardens. The Residence is currently home to an herb garden and raised vegetable beds, the produce from which is used for cooking at the Residence. Hydroponic garden. To address the need for fresh herbs and vegetables that do not grow well on the Residence grounds or are needed for events in harsh winter months, Residence staff recently built an indoor hydroponic garden.Working and observation beehives. In additional to honey-producing beehives, the Residence installed observation beehives in 2017 so children can view the honey-making process and learn how important bees are to the environment and how the honey for culinary purposes at the Residence.last_img read more

first_imgNo. 3 Syracuse men’s cross country won its second consecutive title to start the 2017 season, claiming first place Friday at the Harry Groves Spiked Shoe Invitational at Penn State. The women finished third behind Penn State and Georgetown, ahead of Pittsburgh.The men’s team had seven of the top-eight finishers last weekend at Colgate, where both the men and women won team titles at the Harry Lang invite . Sophomore Kevin James won the men’s title in the teams’ first competition of the 2017 season.On Friday at PSU, Aidan Tooker and Paige Stoner were runners up for the men and women in their season debuts. Stoner ran the 5.2-mile course in 21:10, four seconds behind the winner. Kevin James finished fourth, with a time of 26:14. Joe Dragon (26:14), Dominic Hockenbury (26:18) and Simon Smith (26:25) placed sixth, eighth and 11th, respectively. For the women, freshman Julien Webster (21:34) placed ninth, Shannon Malone (21:49) 13th, Madeleine Davison (21:53) 16th and Rachel Bonner (22:24) 27th.The races were scored as duals. The Orange men winning all-five of their matchups. The closest contest was a 26-29 win over Penn State. No. 11 PSU beat the women, 31-24, and No. 26 Georgetown won, 32-25. The women beat Pitt, West Virginia, Bucknell and Edinboro.Next, Syracuse will race in Boston for the Coast-to-Coast Battle on Sept. 22. In 2015 at the same meet, the SU men won the title and the women placed second. The Syracuse men have finished in the top-two at the event each of the last-three visits there. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+center_img Published on September 8, 2017 at 5:33 pm Contact Matthew: [email protected] | @MatthewGut21last_img read more

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisALPENA, MI — One of Alpena’s most popular bands was in town this weekend, raising money for a worthy cause.H–Bone Groove took the stage at the Aplex Saturday night to benefit the Alpena County Fair that’s set to take place this summer.One member of the group, Brandon Szeatkowski, says he wants the kids of today’s generation to experience the same kind of fun he did as a child.“I’d like them all to get a chance to experience the joy of being young, you know? Like I said they used to have a lot of rides, there was all the animals, just the whole experience.”While the concert was the highlight of the evening, a silent auction was a major part of the event that helped raise money for the fair. Contributors will be able to see their donations come to life starting August 4, when the fair kicks off.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Photo of the Day for Monday, March 18Next Omega Electric & Sign named one of the top small businesses to watch in Michiganlast_img read more