Green is hot. And it’s cooler than ever. At least in Connecticut.
This summer, more people visited the CRRA Trash Museum in Hartford and Garbage Museum in Stratford, and more people took part in their award-winning sustainability education programs, than in any other summer on record.
The table you see here tells the story. In July and August, almost 9,000 people turned to our Museums to learn about recycling, energy conservation, composting and other hot green topics. Over 3,100 people visited the Garbage Museum in the summer vacation months.
Year-to-date, we’re not far off the pace we set in 2008, when both Museums enjoyed record numbers.
We’re proud of our education programs, proud of our educators and confident that our efforts are making a difference in our environment.
By the way, have you become a fan of the Trash Museum or the Garbage Museum on Facebook?