Main Line Today April 2012

Green Awards 2012 Honorable Mentions

Though the competition was tough, these local businesses deserve praise for their contributions to the Main Line's eco-friendly initiatives.

West Chester's Hybrid Cycles Encourages Main Liners to put the Pedal to the Metal

Power-assisted pedaling means this isn't your average spin around the block.

Radnor Township Environmental Advisory Council

The civic organization brings out the best in the Radnor community, and intends to keep it that way.

Residential Greening at Kendal-Crosslands Communities

The Kennett Square retirement community stays on the cutting edge of green technology with its LEED-certified residences.
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Community Energy Harnesses Wind and Solar Power From Local Sources

Locavore doesn't have to be merely a foodie term. Locally sourced energy initiatives are infiltrating the Main Line community and beyond.

Greenable in Kennett Square and Ardmore Combines Green Form and Function

Wouldn't it be nice to have stylish home furnishings that were as sustainable as they are pretty? Enter Greenable.

Main Line Chamber of Commerce Gives Local Business a Green Makeover

From floor to ceiling, local businesses are getting the royal green treatment with the help of MLCC's Go Green Committee.

Exton's Lot Squad Takes On Philly Tailgates

Don't even think about placing your cans and cups in trash cans. The Recycle-A-Lot helps Philly sports fans find an eco-friendly solution to trash, one tailgate at a time.

Malvern's SolareAmerica Solar Power Innovations

Solar power isn't just a look-good, feel-good update for your home. It's a renewable energy mainstay, and it just got a big boost in Malvern.
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Our Best of the Main Line Elimination Ballot is open through February 22!