Park city, utah recycle Utah will present an educational evening on water, Tuesday, April 6th when a panel of experts will

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PRESS RELEASE Contact: Insa Riepen, 649-9698


PARK CITY, UTAH – With more than 300 sunny days a year in Park City, what’s keeping you from installing a solar thermal water heating system? Maybe you need more information?

To help the community learn more about this economical and efficient renewable resource, Recycle Utah will present a “how to” workshop on Solar Hot Water Heating on Tuesday, June 22nd from 7 to 8 p.m. at The Park City Library at 1255 Park Avenue.

Bill Wilson from DwellTek will lead an introduction to Solar Thermal technology for your home or business. He will provide attendees a basic understanding on a variety of solar thermal technologies, site analysis, costs, and the substantial tax credits and rebates available to home and business owners interested in taking advantage of Utah’s vast solar resource.

Solar hot water systems have two main parts -- a solar collector and a storage tank. A pump or gravity system moves the heated fluid between the collector and the storage tank. The heated water is used for culinary purposes, showers, laundry, and floor heating.

Recycle Utah’s “Fast Track” information is available on our website, including applications from the Park City Building Dept. and a loan application from Frontier Bank.

Recycle Utah’s Executive Director Insa Riepen adds, “Now more than ever, it’s never been a better time to take advantage of the solar thermal installation rebates and tax credits and the fast track applications contain information about how to make a high-value investment at a fraction of the cost.”

Join us at the Park City Library on Park Avenue in Rm 109 from 7 - 8 PM on Tuesday, June 22nd. Please register for this free lecture by calling Recycle Utah at 649-9698.

Recycle Utah is Park City’s only non-profit community drop off recycling center providing resource re-allocation for more than 40 different items and a variety of conservation and educational programs for Summit and Wasatch Counties.


1951 Woodbine Way • P.O. Box 682998 • Park City, Utah 84068 • Phone 435-649-9698 • Fax 435-658-1530

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