Saskatchewan Environmental Society is at the wheel steering Saskatchewan
towards a cleaner and healthier environment
SASKATOON, April 15 /CNW/ - Saskatchewan residents will soon breathe
easier thanks to Canada's new vehicle recycling program, Retire Your Ride.
Managed and delivered locally by the Saskatchewan Environmental Society and
nationally by Clean Air Foundation, the program aims to effectively and
efficiently recycle 1995 model year or older vehicles in an environmentally
responsible manner. This national initiative is an effort to improve air
quality and encourage the use of sustainable transportation.
The Government of Canada has committed to investing up to $92 million to
the Retire Your Ride program to help Canadians recycle their older, higher
polluting vehicles and make sustainable transportation choices, leading to
reduced air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions.
On April 22, Saskatchewan Environmental Society will be hosting an event
to announce the details of the program.
Where: Civic Square, Saskatoon City Hall
Date: Wednesday April 22, 2009
About the Saskatchewan Environmental Society - environmentalsociety.ca
The Saskatchewan Environmental Society (SES) is a charitable organization
committed to supporting sustainable living and sustainable resource use in
Saskatchewan. SES uses research, education, consultation and demonstration
projects to provide the people of Saskatchewan with the tools they need in
order to make and support informed decisions. SES's current action areas
include sustainable energy and climate solutions, water protection, resource
conservation, biodiversity preservation, and reduction of toxic substances.
About Clean Air Foundation - cleanairfoundation.org
Clean Air Foundation is dedicated to developing programs that focus on
improved air quality and preventing climate change through a simple model of
public engagement and reward. All programs drive societal participation and
promote behavioural change by making better environmental choices easy,
contributing to a sustained positive and measureable impact on the
For further information:
For further information: Carolee Milroy, Saskatchewan Environmental
Society, (306) 956-2277, email@example.com; Allyson Brady,
Saskatchewan Environmental Society, (306) 665-1915,
firstname.lastname@example.org; Aly Pecoskie, Optimum Public Relations,
(416) 306-6784, (416) 550-5640 (cell), email@example.com