Waverley Council to put an ecopops at Bondi Beach

Courtesy of Waverley Council, Australia’s iconic Bondi Beach will soon see an ecopops pop up.

According to Council’s website, the beach will see “┬áthe installation of its first temporary ecoPOPS in Bondi in August 2013″.

With the Steel Stewardship Forum sponsoring an ecopops, the Sydney University’s electrical engineering experts partnering ecopops to create a simple, affordable solar pumping system, and strong local community support we may see lots of ecopops out in our streets to provide local food, cool streets and be a billboard for sustainability . . .

Watch this space . . . .

. . .  pop!

 

 

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One Response to “Waverley Council to put an ecopops at Bondi Beach”
  1. rosie mcdonell says:

    It looks great already – as a sign of things to come. Local food for everyone. Yeh!!!

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