Businesses, Government departments, community councils, non-governmental organisations and entrepreneurs are being encouraged to capitalise on opportunities to showcase their green products and services at this year’s Environmental Arbor Day Expo.
Under the theme: Trees: The Circle of Life, this year’s event will be held at the National Conservation Commission’s (NCC), Codrington, St. Michael headquarters on September 22 from 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m.
Special Projects Officer at the NCC, Ricardo Marshall, said the invitation to be an exhibitor was open to all those with an interest in the environment, whose core business was in the provision of green products, services, technologies, or the provision of products that were derivatives of trees.
Interested persons may contact Ricardo Marshall to register for the Expo at 425-1200/1202 or 1212. Potential exhibitors may also visit the NCC website at http://www.nccbarbados.gov.bb/ to download the registration form which should be submitted to the NCC’s headquarters at Codrington, St. Michael.
No fees will be charged to exhibitors who will be allowed to sell their products at the event.
Service clubs, community groups, including church and school groups, are also being encouraged to contact the NCC to indicate their interest in participating in the Arbor Day activities.