Oxford, MI - On Saturday, February 10, from 1- 4 pm, Upland Hills Ecological Awareness Center is hosting a seminar: BIODIESEL AND OTHER FUEL EFFICIENT OPTIONS, with Jim Leidel.
Come learn how to make your own clean and renewable diesel fuel substitute for 50 cents per gallon from waste restaurant oil. If you don't drive a diesel car or truck, come learn how to save 10 to 40% on any vehicle's fuel bill. In his 2006 State of the Union address, President Bush put forward the lofty goal to reduce our Middle East oil imports by 75%, in the next 20 years. Ambitious? With some effort and political will power, we can do 100% in less than five years. Come and learn how simple change can be, and what you can do to get started.
Jim Leidel has been the energy manager for Oakland University for the past 5 years. He is a mechanical engineer with 16 years experience with energy management and building control systems. Visit www.ouenergy.com to learn about the sustainable energy projects Jim is involved with at OU.
The seminar will include a free Energy Tour of Upland Hills Ecological Awareness Center, a Michigan Energy Demonstration Center.
Upland Hills Ecological Awareness Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing experiences that teach and promote sustainable and responsible relationship with the natural world and each other. The Center facility is a demonstration model of energy-efficiency, ecological design and renewable energy applications including wind & solar electricity and a living 'green' roof.
Upland Hills Ecological Awareness Center
2375 Indian Lake Road
Oxford, Michigan, 48370
$10 (payable at the door)
Advance registration is highly recommended via e-mail at email@example.com or by calling 248-693-1021.
For More Information:
Visit our website at www.uheac.org