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Press Release: Center for EcoTechnology Wins 2017 Rathmann Challenge for Pioneering and Expanding Commercial Composting in the Northeast

By |2017-11-02T15:07:51-04:00November 1st, 2017|Composting, Press Release|

Contact:  John Majercak, President, Center for EcoTechnology, 413.586.7350 extension 228; john.majercak@cetonline.org Lorenzo Macaluso, Client Services Director, Center for EcoTechnology, 413.218.1543 (cell); lorenzo.macaluso@cetonline.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Center for EcoTechnology Wins 2017 Rathmann Challenge for Pioneering and Expanding Commercial Composting in the Northeast CET Receives the Top Honor and $300,000 Funding Opportunity November 1, 2017 – Northampton,

Reuse and Crafting at Hancock Shaker Village

By |2017-07-26T18:02:03-04:00July 26th, 2017|Climate Change, Composting, Creative reuse, EcoBuilding Bargains, Energy Efficiency, Energy Savings, Go Green, Local green power, Recycling, Renewable Energy, Reused Building Materials, Sustainability, Uncategorized, Volunteer|

Papermaking at the Hancock Shaker Village The Center for EcoTechnology is thrilled to partner with Hancock Shaker Village to bring information about energy efficiency and waste reduction to their events and activities! This past Friday we offered upcycling activities for children at the Village’s Free Fun Friday extravaganza. In one activity children repurposed

Goodbye to the EcoFellowship Class of 2017

By |2017-07-01T14:46:54-04:00June 30th, 2017|Climate Change, EcoFellows, Sustainability, Uncategorized, Volunteer|

The Center for EcoTechnology does incredible things every day to help people and businesses save energy and reduce waste. We help businesses and institutions implement programs to divert wasted food, we work with contractors to build homes to exceptional efficiency standards. We work with farmers to help them get funding for energy efficiency and renewable

Food Waste Initiative Creates Jobs in Massachusetts

By |2016-12-28T16:40:29-04:00December 23rd, 2016|Articles, Climate Change, Composting, Energy Efficiency, Energy Savings, Food Donation, Food Waste, Go Green, Green for Business, Green for Homes, Health & Safety, Local green power, Press Release, Recycling, RecyclingWorks, Renewable Energy, Sustainability, Waste Diversion|

To help businesses and institutions maximize recycling, reuse, and composting opportunities, the Center for EcoTechnology administers a program called  RecyclingWorksMA for the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection. The agency has just released a report highlighting the economic benefits in Massachusetts of food waste reduction initiatives. The following post, with a link to the report, was originally posted

Founder Joel “Ned” Nisson Visits the Center for EcoTechnology

By |2016-12-06T21:49:56-04:00December 6th, 2016|Climate Change, EcoFellows, Green for Business, Green for Homes, Sustainability|

Joel "Ned" Nisson founded what is now the Center for EcoTechnology in 1976. Today he visited our offices to see where his vision has come in the past four decades. Fellows Lexie Vining and Matt Brodeur share their thoughts: “This week we were fortunate to meet with Joel “Ned” Nisson and his wife Julie to