TTC to participate in Earth Hour
March 26, 2009
Saturday, March 28 is Earth Hour, and the TTC will join millions of Canadians in turning off all non-essential lighting at TTC facilities in support of action on climate change.
All non-essential lights will be turned off at TTC administrative buildings, and major repair facilities such as Harvey and Duncan Shops at the Hillcrest complex.
“The TTC is a proud participant in Earth Hour,” said TTC Chair Adam Giambrone. “Of course, environmentally speaking, the TTC is by its very nature a good way to save energy and reduce emissions all year long, but during Earth Hour, we go even further by reducing behind-the-scenes energy consumption.”
The TTC encourages everyone to help the environment, and take the TTC to the Earth Hour free concert at Nathan Phillips Square this Saturday night at 7 p.m.
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