Environmental Advisory Council

Meetings


  • 7 pm
  • 4th Thursday of every month
UPCOMING EVENTS AND PROGRAMS
  • The EAC's Lecture Series continues with the rescheduled, "Introduction to the Darby Creek Headwaters Community Monitoring Program" on February 3rd at 6:30 PM.   The Program will be held in person in the Easttown Library with the option to attend via Zoom.  Email Easttown@easttown.org to register. 
  • The Recycling Center at Mom's Market, 1149 E. Lancaster Avenue, Bryn Mawr, recycles compost, cell phones and tablets, batteries, eye glasses, shoes, oyster shells and natural cork (from wine bottles) - Recycle your Holiday Lights now through January 31, 2022. Click here to find out more
  • See the slides from the October 6th presentation, "The Impacts of Single Use Plastics on the Environment and what Communities are doing about them," given by Maurice Sampson, Eastern Pennsylvania Director, Clean Water Action.
  • Slides from Composting 101 Workshop
  • We are seeking the input of the residents of Easttown!  Please attend our upcoming workshops about the environment and give the EAC your feedback on what environmental initiatives you would like to see happen in the Township!
  • EAC 2021 Goals
    • 2021 Accomplishments - established a plastic film recycling program at the Easttown Library and Township Building.  Plastic films include plastic grocery bags, dry cleaning plastic, and the plastic wrap on cases of water.  As of June 2021, over 100 pounds has already been collected.
  • Recent Articles:
  • Things the EAC Would Like You To Know:
The Dangers of Improper Disposal of Lithium Batteries - Watch this video from the Chester County Solid Waste Authority to see what can happen when a lithium battery catches on fire in a trash or recycling truck and at the landfill.

Members

Name Term Expires
Kate Goddard Doms
January 03, 2023
Gary Ellis
January 04, 2022
Heather Hill
January 03, 2023
Radha Pyati
January 02, 2024
Cara Lynch Rash
January 02, 2024

About

The Environmental Advisory Council was created in December by Ordinance 445-20 to assist and advise the Board of Supervisors, Planning Commission, Parks and Recreation Board and other Township Authorities, Boards and Commissions, on matters dealing with protection, conservation, management, promotion, and uses of natural resources, located within the Township. Council members are Township residents, appointed by the Board of Supervisors.  Among its tasks, the Environmental Advisory Council identifies environmental concerns, promotes conservation and protection of natural resources and the quality of the environment within the Township, develops a community environmental program, creates and maintains an index of open areas within the Township and undertakes such environmental tasks as requested by the Board of Supervisors.