Ever wonder if your home is making you sick? Cold, damp homes exacerbate chronic health conditions like COPD , asthma, and other respiratory illnesses. Chemicals used for cleaning, toxins generated while cooking, and off-gassing from furnishings can create a soup of unhealthy pollutants in homes.
Come to this informal workshop to learn about Eff. Vt.'s "Healthy Homes Vermont" pilot collaboration with hospitals to pinpoint and remedy unhealthy air conditions. Learn how energy efficiency can help improve the indoor environmental quality of your home. Low and no-cost remedies will be provided in addition to guidance for those who wish to dive deeper on improving their home’s indoor environmental quality.

The workshop will be on Wed., 1/23, 7 - 8:30 PM, Craftsbury Public Library. It is co-sponsored by the Craftsbury Energy Committee and Eff. Vt.

For more info, or to get on their email notification list, contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

About WLVB

Take the Most Popular Music Format in the Country. Add Commitment to the Local Economy and Involvement in the Community. And You Get Lamoille County’s Most Listened-To Radio Station

Read More »

Contact WLVB Radio

NASCAR Suspends Sauter

Johnny Sauter was issued a one-race suspension for his actions in the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series race at Iowa Speedway.

Wackerlin (Jeff)


Team Power Rankings

The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series enjoyed a Father‘s Day weekend break and Pete Pistone takes a look at the top teams before racing picks back up at Sonoma Raceway.

Wackerlin (Jeff)


© 2017  |  Radio Vermont Group  |  WDEV
Web Site Maintained by Vermont Web Marketing