By Anna Ellis • 25 September 2022 • 16:32
The programme, part of the “Green Homes” campaign set up by the Department of the Environment, led by Rafa Galvan, served to provide attendees with practical examples of how to save energy at home.
The event included workshops for children, who once again proved to be very aware of the issue, according to El Campello Town Hall.
The instructors pointed out, for example, that switching to LED lighting brings benefits that make it advisable to take the plunge. Their materials are harmless, the bulbs have a useful life of 50,000 hours, the light they emit does not generate heat, they consume less but illuminate as well as incandescent lights, and they also contribute to reducing CO2 emissions into the atmosphere.
The workshop for adults, in particular, consisted of demonstrations of energy and water saving, with the projection of an explanatory PowerPoint. Attendees received a gift kit consisting of an aerator for taps and a WIFI smart plug with a consumption meter.
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