Join us for afternoon tea at 3pm AEDT Thursday 27 October as we hear from City of Yarra resident and traffic consultant, Harry Barber, as he takes us through an initiative to electrify municipal handtools.
Frustrated by the air and noise pollution of council tools and concerned about the effects that the fumes might be having on the operators, City of Yarra resident Harry Barber set out to conduct in-depth research and compile constructive reports on this subject.
What you’ll gain from the session:
With a growing number of our member councils wanting to connect and learn from one another, we have launched our Afternoon Tea Q&As. Come along for half an hour, every second Thursday at 3pm AEDT for a casual get-together where a speaker will present on a topic and then open the floor for questions and discussion. Join us!
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City of Yarra resident, Adviser and Consultant