Our 2020 Mission Impact
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The Lenox Hotel
Wasted Food Diversion
Energy Efficient Affordable Housing
Granny’s Baking Table
Reclaimed Building Materials
What our customers are saying
“CET performed my first home energy audit in the 1970s, and their programs have been saving me money and reducing my environmental impact ever since. Now, through Solar Access, I will have little or no electric bill plus lower heating costs and the added bonus of air conditioning. This is the first program that really made excellent sense for me financially. Thanks to rebates and incentives, I will own the entire system for less than what I would have spent on heat and electricity if I hadn’t installed it.”
“CET helped Super Brush navigate the MassSave energy incentive program resulting in a $45,000 rebate for the project. The project is good for the company, their employees, and the economic health of Massachusetts.”
“The Center for EcoTechnology does tremendous work working with businesses to provide recycling options to tell them what they can do to really make sure they’re taking advantage of not only the environmental, but the economic advantages of recycling…they are a very proactive and user friendly organization.”
Donate to the Center for EcoTechnology
As a non-profit 501(c)(3), CET works with partners throughout the region to help transform the way we live and work for a better community, economy, and environment – now and for the future. You can help by making a tax-deductible gift today. Your donation supports our outreach and education efforts, helping us make green make sense for more people.
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Building a Sustainable Future Webinar 2023 Recap
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Sustainability in Healthcare: Connecticut Valley Hospital
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Deconstructing DeconstructionMarch 28 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Center for EcoTechnology Partners
Thank you to our many partners from the region and beyond who make this work possible.