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The Milwaukee Hybrid Group will be looking to get area drivers to pump up their MPG and save some money at the pump on Saturday at the Wal-Mart in Pewaukee.
More than a dozen members of the hybrid owners group will be at the Wal-Mart, 411 Pewaukee Road, to help drivers boost the pressure in their tires and help their fuel economy at the same time.
Members of the hybrid group meet monthly to discuss ways to boost fuel economy. But this Pump Your Ride to Savings event, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., marks a shift for the hybrid group in reaching out beyond hybrid owners.
“This is really the first time we’re… (more via jsonline)
Milwaukee entrepreneur Peter Grimes is opening his first southeast Wisconsin biofuel filling station in Cudahy next month, with hopes of opening more than half a dozen additional biofuel stations over the next two years.
Grimes, a managing partner of AUR Energy Partners LLC, Milwaukee, is overseeing the conversion of a former Shell station, 5080 S. Pennsylvania Ave., into a biofuel station called Good To Go that will begin selling biodiesel fuel in June. In the future, Grimes’ Good To Go station will offer E-85, a gasoline and ethanol mix that’s 85 percent ethanol, and plug-in bays where electric cars can recharge their batteries. Continue reading
Milwaukee County Parks has proposed building an approximately 1.5-acre off-leash dog exercise area in Bay View Park in St. Francis, roughly across from the Cousins Center and near the soccer field.
Local County Supervisors Marina Dimitrijevic, Pat Jursik, and Chris Larson are sponsoring an informational meeting for the public to learn more about this neighborhood dog park 6pm, Monday, June 8 in the South Shore Park Pavilion, 2900 S. Shore Dr. Continue reading
It (sustainability) begins with community and it takes collaboration of many. But sustainability is America’s and the world’s solution to energy and economic challenges. -Robert Bailey