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2020/2021 Alan and Laura Award Environmental Leadership Award

By |2022-02-14T14:33:37-05:00April 14th, 2021|Alan and Laura Award, Alan and Laura Award Recipient, Press Release|

*For Immediate Release* Contact: John Majercak, Center for EcoTechnology President, 413.695.4825 Guido’s Fresh Marketplace Earned Center for EcoTechnology’s Local Environmental Leadership Award Guido’s Fresh Marketplace earned the 2020/2021 Alan Silverstein and Laura Dubester Award for Community Environmental Leadership 4/13/21 Pittsfield, MA – Guido’s Fresh Marketplace has received the 2020/2021 Alan Silverstein and Laura Dubester Award

2020-2021 Award Recipient: Guido’s Fresh Marketplace

By |2021-04-14T09:11:41-04:00April 14th, 2021|Alan and Laura Award Recipient|

Guido’s has shown incredible environmental leadership in the community: limiting single-use plastic, investing in energy efficiency and renewable energy, and sourcing from local farms. Guido’s has also invested in a system that grinds food waste using a customized, industrial-strength foodservice grinder. Food waste is converted into energy-rich slurry and transported to an anaerobic digestion facility

Ashley Muspratt – President

By |2022-05-10T06:10:19-04:00January 26th, 2021|Leadership|

Ashley Muspratt, President, joined CET in 2018. In her previous role as Director of Innovation, Ashley spearheaded novel building decarbonization services, wasted food solutions, and financing opportunities for customers and partners. She has broad experience with the organization’s nation-leading wasted food programming, building sector decarbonization, and deconstruction. Ashley assumed the role of president in 2022,

8 Great Ways to Be Sustainable While Working From Home

By |2022-02-14T13:06:01-05:00August 14th, 2020|Green for Homes, Sustainability|

Having so many people working from home creates an opportunity to help our environment! Remote employees usually already have smaller carbon footprints because they don't have to commute by car or public transportation to and from the office every day. However, there are also many ways to be even more sustainable in your workspace at

Reuse Works at Goodworks Coffee House

By |2022-02-14T12:53:36-05:00February 13th, 2020|Creative reuse, EcoBuilding Bargains, Food Donation, Reused Building Materials, Sustainability|

As you walk into Goodworks Coffee House off of Center Street in downtown Chicopee, the delicious smell of brewed coffee and fresh pastries instantly wafts over you. But Goodworks Coffee House is not only full of delicious treats and a cozy atmosphere, it has many eco-friendly features! Owners Victor and Katie Narvaez have been passionate

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