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Finding Success with Reusable Takeout Containers

By |2022-06-27T17:24:07-04:00June 27th, 2022|Climate Change, Composting, Food Waste|

Reusable take-out container programs are a circular approach to help prevent the waste created by single-use disposable options that often cannot be recycled. The Center for EcoTechnology (CET) helps guide restaurants in reducing food waste and waste from take-out containers. As part of this assistance, CET is spotlighting businesses and institutions across the Northeast that

CET Announces New President, Ashley Muspratt: How CET’s Newest Leader Plans to Meet Ambitious Climate Goals

By |2022-05-10T11:59:25-04:00May 10th, 2022|Press Release|

By 2030, Massachusetts carbon emissions must be 50% below 1990 levels, and the state aims to reach Net Zero by 2050. These goals align with federal targets to reduce emissions by over 50% below 2005 levels by 2030. The race is on, and Ashley Muspratt, at the helm of the Center for EcoTechnology (CET), has

Al Blake Earns Center for EcoTechnology’s Environmental Leadership Award

By |2022-04-08T15:13:48-04:00April 8th, 2022|Alan and Laura Award Recipient, Press Release|

For Immediate Release Contact: John Majercak, Center for EcoTechnology President, 413-586-7350 x228 Al Blake Earns Center for EcoTechnology’s Environmental Leadership Award Al Blake Receives 2022 Alan Silverstein and Laura Dubester Award for Community Environmental Leadership   Pittsfield, MA – Al Blake of Becket has received the 2022 Alan Silverstein and Laura Dubester Award for

CET continues Providing Wasted Food Assistance in Rhode Island with Support from 11th Hour Racing’s grant program

By |2021-09-14T09:23:35-04:00September 14th, 2021|Food Waste, Press Release, Waste Diversion|

The Center for EcoTechnology (CET) continues Providing Wasted Food Assistance in Rhode Island with Support from 11th Hour Racing’s grant program According to the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), 40% of food in the USA goes uneaten. This wasted food is valued at approximately $165 billion annually and when disposed of in a landfill, is

Press Release, ReSource Ipswich: Ipswich, MA has developed the first decarbonization program in the state.

By |2021-04-23T15:03:49-04:00April 23rd, 2021|Press Release, Uncategorized|

*For Immediate Release* ReSource Ipswich Ipswich, MA has developed the first decarbonization program in the state. Decarbonization, the act of actively and intentionally reducing carbon, is a critical component of meeting the aggressive 2050 climate goals. Ipswich, MA has developed the first-in-state decarbonization action plan: ReSource Ipswich, in partnership with the Center for EcoTechnology (CET)

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