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MAYOR JULIO ROBAINA’S Environmentalist Agenda: Showerhead Exchanges (Miami-Dade Mayoral Candidate)

Posted by FactReal on May 15, 2011

ROBAINA’S SHOWERHEAD CAMPAIGN TO SAVE THE PLANET
(Via RightPoints)

Hialeah Mayor Julio Robaina tells us how he is fighting global warming on the City of Hialeah’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the fiscal year ending on September 30, 2009:

In an effort to go green, the City is continuing to expand its hybrid fleet to increase the number of Flex Fuel vehicles in the coming years. The Water & Sewer Department has implemented showerhead exchanges which, as a result, will save on the consumption of water resident’s use; it will reduce the overall carbon footprint and offer citizens money saving alternatives that will directly benefit the environment. Our Solid Waste Department has initiated an awareness campaign informing our residents and encouraging them to participate in our recycle program. We are using bio-degradable paper products, and recycling at our Departments.
Showerhead exchanges? This sounds like Hugo Chavez’s campaign imposing on Venezuelans his approved light bulbs. What’s next? A rice cooker distribution campaign à la Fidel Castro?
Source:
City of Hialeah’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the fiscal year ending on 9/30/2009, http://www.hialeahfl.gov/pdf/BudgetAndFinancial/Hialeah-FS-Final-2009.pdf 
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