Small environmental changes can save some green

    Posted on Thu, Sep. 18, 2008 BY DAN VOORHIS The Wichita Eagle Being environmentally sensitive can make sense even for cost-conscious small-business owners and managers. Conserving electricity can easily cut 30 percent off a power bill with some minor up-front spending — and more with a more serious investment, experts say. It begins with small stuff, such as unplugging computers at night, using programmable thermostats and switching ballasts in fluorescent lights from mechanical to electronic. But many small-business owners and managers don’t see the return on investment on a lot of things green. “It’s always an easy sell when it’s ‘This will pay for …Continue Reading...

KMUW to host art exhibit Final Friday at Start-Thinking

This article originally appeared at This Is Wichita State and appears in its original form, except with the addition of hyperlinks. Ten talented and generous regional artists have shared their artwork with members of KMUW 89.1, Wichita Public Radio, during the past five years. In their honor, KMUW will host an exhibit of the artists’ recent work from 7:30-10 p.m. Friday, Sept. 26, at Start-Thinking, 916 E. Douglas, as part of Wichita’s Final Friday art gallery tour. A Meet the Artists ticketed reception will be held from 5-7 p.m. The KMUW artist tradition began in 2004 with Rebecca Hoyer. For Hoyer, the drawing is the …Continue Reading...

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