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Going Green for Green TV show

Our “Going Green for Green” TV series appears on Saturdays at 6:00 pm on SUN TV, and airs again at...


Our “Going Green for Green” TV series appears on Saturdays at 6:00 pm on SUN TV, and airs again at 10:30 pm on Sunday nights.

“Going Green For Green” focuses on businesses that provide technical and strategic solutions to environmental problems. Featuring interviews with CEOs and senior staff from leading environmental service and waste management companies, government leaders and activists, the program provides a refreshing look at environmental issues.

Executive Producer and Host Michael Lavelle focuses on promoting technologies that solve problems.

“I hope this series stimulates real debate on solutions for environmental challenges,” Lavelle says.

Presented by RBC, the series is comprised of six half-hour programs covering topics that range from the processing of blue box and green bin waste, to soil and groundwater remediation technologies.

Be sure to tune in and see how the demand for a clean environment is changing business practices in Canada. Visit:

http://www.hazmatmag.com/video/green4greenpromo.asp

Please contact Executive Producer and Host Michael Lavelle for more information and interview requests at 416-986-1269 or goinggreen4green@gmail.com


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1 Comment » for Going Green for Green TV show
  1. chris fitzgerald says:

    Out on the street cars go by. Man moves around does he really know why.
    Cars make polution that is hard to bare.It rises up and dirties our air.
    Can we change what is happening now.Can we make it better or do we know how.
    To clean it up is a very nard task.But if we don’t we’ll live through a mask.
    They say that booze is bad for your health.But with this polution do we share the wealth.
    For when I die who will say.He died from booze or the car going that way.

    By:Chris Fitzgerald

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