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Posted on: August 16, 2018

Get a Free Lunch Friday at the “Sustainable Connections” Kick Off

Sustainable connections team

Tomorrow Live Green in Plano launches a new Sustainable Connections program for employees. Get ready to experience and learn more about operational green practices and green behaviors for the workplace and your personal lives. Sustainable Connections is a two-pronged approach to employee engagement which includes Lunch & Learns and S.E.E. Plano field trips, allowing you to mix and match experiences as time and interest allow.

  • Lunch & Learns – Occur quarterly over the lunch hour with employees participating voluntarily
  • S.E.E. Plano field trips – Occur during work hours with employees registering to attend, as they would any training program through PeopleSoft.

If you’re curious about how sustainability is integrated in the community and within City operations, be sure to sign up for upcoming events. Be on the lookout for periodic information about S.E.E Plano field trips and Lunch & Learns. New trips and learning opportunities will be added continually throughout the year.

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Here’s a preview of what’s coming…

Join us for the first Lunch & Learn featuring Harrington Library’s August Artist in Residence, VET. VET incorporates recycling awareness in her artwork by sharing innovative ways to repurpose discarded items. VET will be sharing how her platform of redesign and repurposing art impacts the community. Pizza is provided, but seating is limited. Sign up here to reserve your seat.

Friday, August 24

12-1 p.m.

Municipal Center, Training Room A


Save the date for the first S.E.E Plano (Sustainability Employee Engagement) field trip! These events allow you to visit different City facilities and projects and learn how they connect to Plano’s economic, environmental and social systems.SEE Plano logo

Explore the City’s Compost Operations (Texas Pure Products) with a field trip to the Custer Road Grind Site and Regional Compost Facility. See fellow employees in action and observe the process of diverting unwanted tree trimmings and organic matter from the landfill and the transformation into valuable mulch and compost. Sign-ups coming soon.

Thursday, September 27

8 a.m.-12 p.m.

Depart from Municipal Center

If you have questions, contact Alex Pharmakis, sustainability outreach coordinator, at 972-769-4343.


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