Cape Cod Technology Council Announces EarthTech Expo

May 4th at CapeSpace in Hyannis

HYANNIS, MACape Cod Technology Council (CCTC) is pleased to announce that they will be holding EarthTech Expo 2019 on Saturday, May 4th, 2019, from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, at CapeSpace Business Center located at 100 Independence Drive in Hyannis. The Presenting Sponsor for this event is Cape Light Compact.

The event will feature workshops, exhibitors, and a way to safely recycle many of your old electronics for free.  Learn about the technology tools, and have a gentler footprint on our environment. Free to the public, register now at www.earthtechexpo.com.

EarthTech Expo is the culmination of the Cape Cod Technology Council’s EarthTech Month, a celebration of the technologies that can help us more gently coexist with our environment. Engage with providers of energy-saving and environmentally-sustainable technologies. Workshops throughout the day will provide specific information about the need for these technologies and options for implementation.

“Our Cape Cod community is very concerned about sustainability, and we have some great opportunities to leverage technology for clean energy and environmental resilience,” said CCTC CEO Bert Jackson. “The EarthTech Expo will showcase the organizations that have real-world solutions, and give everyone a chance to learn how to start making an impact right away.”

"CapeSpace is committed to the protection of our environment and delighted for the opportunity to host this impactful event,” said Robbin Orbison, President of CapeSpace Business Center and CCTC Board Member. “We hope this will be the first of many EarthTech Expos."

For more information or to register for this free event, please visit the website at www.earthtechexpo.com.

 


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