Rep. Scott to attend first ever Conshy GreenFest

Earth Day E-waste recycling opportunities

CONSHOHOCKEN, April 20 – State Rep. Greg Scott, D-Montgomery, said he will attend the first-ever Conshy GreenFest, hosted by the Conshohocken Environmental Advisory Council from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 22 at the Conshohocken Community Center at the Fellowship House, located at 515 Harry St.

“The purpose of the Conshy GreenFest is for people of all ages to explore key environmental topics including composting, green energy, climate change, ecofriendly gardening and landscaping, and others,” Scott said. “Educating the community on these issues and offering E-waste recycling drop-off protects the integrity of the future of our environment.”

According to Scott, there will be an e-waste recycling point during the event for small items only, including old computers, cell phones and other electronic devices. Residents also can take part in fun exhibits and interactive learning opportunities on composting, tree planting, native plants, renewable energy, electric cars and bikes, and many more.

Scott and his office staff will be there to assist with any legislative questions and constituent services, including SEPTA Key Cards, energy services and more.

More information is available on the event page or by contacting Scott’s office at 484-685-3494.