The Town of Sedgewick is pleased to have partnered with the Municipal Climate Change Action Centre’s Recreation Energy Conservation Program by installing 299 new, high efficiency LED light fixtures within various spaces of the Wild Rose Co-op Recreation Centre and receiving a $43,740 rebate for the project. The new fixtures are not only brighter and more energy-efficient, but also will reduce maintenance costs while having a long lifetime expectancy.
The project is another example of the Town continuously looking for ways to improve its level of service to its stakeholders and saving money for its volunteers and user groups. “The Town of Sedgewick takes great pride in its recreation facility and part of ensuring its longevity is increasing efficiencies through partnerships such as this with the Municipal Climate Change Action Center” stated Mayor Perry Robinson. “LED lights create a brighter and safer facility and also reduces the annual facility costs, which helps keep fees low and reserve funds for other projects that benefit the community.”
The work was completed in early July.