Clean Tip of the Month

Did you know that the City of Noblesville is a CLEAN Community?  This means multiple departments are working on five goals with the Indiana Department of Environmental Management to be more energy efficient and green.
YOU can help us reach these goals!  Each month the CLEAN Team will send out an easy tip you can implement immediately to help make a big difference.

June 2015:

One of the Noblesville CLEAN Team's goals is to reduce paper usage. Many departments are already doing a fantastic job of this! For even more paper-saving ideas, click here.

May 2015:

Bike to Work Day is Friday, May 15th. While we no longer have a formal event at the judicial center this year, we hope to see you on your bicycles that morning! City Hall has a new bike rack this year, and other City of Noblesville buildings can accomodate bikes as well. According to, bicycling is a "free gym on wheels." Click here for more reasons to hop on your bike next Friday!

April 2015:

Want to have fun AND learn a lot to help our environment this month? Come to Earth Day - ArborFest on April 25th! This even is bigger and better than ever. For more information, click here.

March 2015:

One of our goals for 2015-2017 is to plant more trees on city-owned property. Maybe you'd like to plant a tree on your own property this spring (yes, spring really will arrive soon!) Here are come tips to help you from the Arbor Day Foundation.
For more info, mark your calendar to plan to join us for this year's Earth Day ArborFest in Forest Park, Saturday, April 25th, 2015 from 10 am - 1 pm.

February 2015:

One of our goals for 2015-2017 is to reduce litter in our community. Here are some general tips from Keep America Beautiful that we all can do to help Noblesville reach our goal:
  • Set an example for other, especially co-workers, friends, and children by using trash receptacles and not littering.
  • Always have available a litter bag and portable ashtray in your car.
  • If you are a smoker, carry and use a portable or pocket ashtray.

January 2015:

One very easy thing you can do to be more energy efficient is to turn off computers and other electronics when they're not in use. TVs, DVD players, stereos, and computers still use 10-60% of power even when on "stand-by." And some appliances, like digital set top boxes, cost nearly as much to run in stand-by mode as when they are switched on. Use a power strip for your office equipment to easily turn multiple devices on and off at the wall, all at once. 

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