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The Energy Efficiency Measures in the Household course is being run for a second time this year... All those interested can still are still in time. The course is being run in Mrieħel (St. Theresa School), and Ħal Kirkop (St. Benedict's College). Lessons at Mrieħel are held every Thursday while at Ħal Kirkop they are held every Monday.

Lesson 2 at Mrieħel will be held on the 8th of March.
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About 56% of the tap water in the Maltese Islands comes from Reverse Osmosis plants. Reverse Osmosis plants consume almost 4% of the local electricity production... Saving water helps save electricity, which in turn means saving money and helping saving our planet!
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Energy Efficiency is important in our day-to-day life including minimising waste of electricity, water and fuel. The Ministry of Education, Employment and the Family (MEEF) in collaboration with select Local Councils, is organising a 14-week long evening course aimed at energy efficiency within the house.
This course helps to communicate ways and means of how to monitor one's energy consumption and methods to reduce it. Participants are given space to discuss, debate and exchange best practices in energy efficiency in the household.
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Energy efficiency evening course (14 weeks) organised by Malta Education Directorate in collaboration with some Local Councils.
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This evening course in Energy Efficiency Measures in the Household is being organised by the Maltese Education Directorate in collaboration with some Local Councils.
With energy prices soaring and the health of our planet deteriorating, it is about time that we started doing something seriously to control our energy consumption. This 14 week long course is tailored to help the participants learn about energy efficiency and share best practices about the subject.

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