Salt is not environmentally friendly. But we have a problem with the parking lot in current weather conditions. Is anyone looking into a solution? I've looked online and have found a few interesting products and also research on the subject. In Vermont, there was once research going on with cheese whey to create an environmentally safe ice-melting product.
I don't know what happened with that.
There are products that claim to be pet, child, and environmentally safe.
But are they really? Info on things like this would be very beneficial to the 1,300 attendees of this congregation, I think. Anyone know of a good article, or source of information, that can be shared here?
What can we do at the church? We are all committed to being green in every way possible. But the ice in the lot makes me wonder if we are working to find solutions (that may already exist ) so that we can stay green but make it safe for everyone to attend church.
Let's use this discussion board to learn more about this and possibly do something about it. It would be a shame if ice keeps people away from Chalice Theatre's production of Once on This Island
, Rev. Michael's return, Sunday worship, et al.......
Does being green automatically mean its consequences and impact on daily living are less significant than the impact on the planet?