Innsbrook selling compost bins, rain barrels
Henrico Citizen Staff Reports 03/16/11
As part of 'Innsbrook Saves the Earth Week,’ the Innsbrook Foundation is offering 80-gallon Earth Machine compost bins; 55-gallon Systern rain barrels; and 6-gallon stack-and-carry recycling bins for sale through March 21.
The Earth Machine is available for $55, the rain barrel for $65 and the recycling bins for $7 apiece. For details or to place an order, visit http://www.innsbrook.com Order.s will be delivered during Innsbrook Saves the Earth week, April 11-15.
Innsbrook officials have planned five days of events to encourage Earth-friendly actions, including a clean up of the Innsbrook lake and an energy savings seminar and expo.
For details or to order, visit http://www.innsbrook.com/innsdata/events/article_1503.shtml
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