Government is key to helping promote use of alternative power through incentives and policy.

Government could provide more incentives to allow people to install alternative sources of power. Greenrock is hoping to see signs in the Budget that Government is taking the issue of the Island's reliance on fossil fuels, such as oil and gas, more seriously and is starting to implement recommendations from its white paper on energy.

The countdown has started towards Earth Hour 2014.

On Saturday March 29, everyone in Bermuda is being asked to turn off all their lights from 8.30pm to 9.30pm to mark Earth Hour, a global initiative involving millions of people showing their concern for the environment.

printer cartridge recycling[updated] Did You Know …? In one year, if the world's discarded cartridges were stacked end-to-end, they would circle the earth more than three times.

Seventy percent (70%) of used printer cartridges throughout the world are currently being thrown out.

PS Awards logo 2013 greenIn December, Greenrock was honoured with a 2013 Bermudian magazine Product & Service Award.

The announcement, which features in both the Winter 2013 edition of The Bermudian magazine and on their website reads;

Gordon Johnson, Greenrock Executive DirectorGreenrock announced today that, after 6 months of careful planning, the organization has established a new governance structure to help increase its impact as a registered charity dedicated to sustainable living in Bermuda.

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