High Life Expo 2016: sustainable strata living

Calling all inner Melbourne apartment dwellers: looking to make your home more comfortable and efficient? Keen to reduce common energy bills? Want to know how to get owner-led sustainability projects off the ground in your building? High Life Expo will connect you with others who have already done it, and suppliers and experts who can help.

Following a successful inaugural event last year, the Alternative Technology Association is partnering with the City of Melbourne to run the 2016 High Life Expo, supported by the City of Stonnington, City of Port Phillip, City of Moonee Valley and the Yarra Energy Foundation.

The event is aimed at apartment owners and renters, facility managers and owners corporation representatives in the participating municipalities. It will include an interactive program in which attendees will hear about a range of innovative sustainability projects in strata buildings, and a “Supplier Expo” bringing together the latest sustainability products and specially selected suppliers and technical experts.

When: Wednesday 22 June 2016, 6-9pm
Where: Melbourne Town Hall, corner Swanston & Collins Sts, Melbourne
Who: Apartment owners and residents, building managers, and owners corporation representatives in the Cities of Melbourne, Stonnington, Port Phillip, Moonee Valley and Yarra.

Registration is essential for this free event. More information and registrations

Are you interested, but not in Melbourne? In Sydney, the SEE Sustainable Experience expo is coming up on July 21-23 and will be talking sustainability for all kinds of buildings, including strata. The ATA will be there, and will be running Slow Date a Sustainability Expert on Saturday 23 July: book your date to speak to Sydney’s top green designers, along with energy efficiency, solar PV, gardens and green strata experts at this free event.

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