Get Back-To-School Ready With A Reclaimed Window Organizer!

Get ready for those early mornings, packed lunches, and after school activities with this back-to-school organizer! We turned a reclaimed window into an organizer for your home. This project is kid-friendly, affordable, and shabby chic. This is a great project you can do with your kid(s) to get them excited for the new school year!

Sustainability Is Brewed At Monsoon Coffee Roastery & Espresso Bar

Located just around the corner from EcoBuilding Bargains in Gasoline Alley in Springfield, MA, Monsoon Coffee Roastery & Espresso Bar provides locals with a place to lounge, work, and converse with one another. The sustainable practices of this roastery greet you immediately as you enter the shop through reclaimed 200-year-old barn doors. Reclaimed 200

Toolkit Presents State and Local Policy Solutions to Keep Food Waste Out of Landfills

      For immediate release Contact: Lorenzo Macaluso, 413-218-1543, Toolkit Presents State and Local Policy Solutions to Keep Food Waste Out of Landfills The Harvard Law School Food Law and Policy Clinic, with support from the Center for EcoTechnology (CET), releases a toolkit on organic waste bans and their potential to reduce food

By |2019-08-08T15:16:15-04:00July 15th, 2019|Press Release|

Goodbye to the EcoFellowship Class of 2019

Each year, the Center for EcoTechnology recruits and trains recent college graduates from across the country to join our EcoFellowship Program. After a year of trainings, projects, and many other experiences these EcoFellows are ready to take on some of the most pressing environmental challenges. Here are just a few of the incredible and impactful

By |2019-07-01T18:33:02-04:00July 1st, 2019|EcoFellows|

Creative Reuse Project: Make Your Own Paper!

Looking for a fun summer project? How about a family-friendly paper making activity! Paper making is a fun and interactive way to engage children in thinking about the paper recycling process and issues of waste reduction. This hands-on project demonstrates how used and discarded paper can be recycled into ‘new’ paper in order to conserve

By |2019-06-24T11:15:10-04:00June 24th, 2019|Creative reuse, Recycling, Sustainability, Waste Diversion|