Green living expo/sustainable science fair at the Science Center of Pinellas County

The middle school science fair categories include:

  • Energy efficiency

  • Green landscaping

  • Green home maintenance

  • Water conservation

  • Natural resource conservation

[image-1]Booths and tables are available for those who would like to advertise at the Expo.

The mission of the Florida Gulf Coast Chapter of the United States Green Building Council is to lead the region toward sustainability by encouraging and advancing environmentally friendly knowledge and values. The Green Living Expo is a free event wherein individual’s and homeowner’s have an opportunity to learn how to save money while doing our part to be more environmentally conscious.

The Science Center is located at 7701 22nd Ave. N, St. Petersburg. For more information, call Deborah Cerminaro Eldridge at St. Petersburg College’s College of Technology & Management at:  (727)341-3092 or email her at [email protected].

To learn more about sustainability at St. Petersburg College, contact Jason Green at [email protected].  Then visit, join the facebook group and follow us at

The Florida Gulf Coast Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council will sponsor a Green Living Expo and Sustainable Science Fair Saturday, Oct. 24, from 10AM to 3PM at the Science Center of Pinellas County.

The Expo portion of the program focuses on homeowners and other interested parties.  The Science Fair is aimed at middle school students.

There will be several education sessions planned, some of which include:

  • Tax credits and incentives
  • Sustainability 101 for middle school children
  • Greening your home’s interior, including interior design products and cleaning products
  • Greening your home’s exterior, including landscaping and lawn care
  • Energy efficiency, what it means to be energy efficient and the savings benefits to becoming more efficient
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