Primary Contact: Ashley Muspratt, CET President Ashley.Muspratt@cetonline.orgcreate new email For Immediate Release Town of Ipswich Introduces Novel Mechanism to Bring Clean Energy Upgrades to Homes Through utility cooperation, new program will enable homeowners and renters to enjoy benefits of energy efficient upgrades Ipswich—In a first for Massachusetts, the town of Ipswich, through the Ipswich Electric Light
Press Release: The Center for EcoTechnology Helps Kneads Bakery, Café, and Mill Implement Waste Reduction Practices
Throughout 2022, Kneads Bakery, Café, and Mill received assistance from the Center for EcoTechnology (CET) in furthering their sustainability practices, resulting in the diversion of approximately 90 pounds of food waste weekly from disposal – which translates to roughly 75 meals for our community. Read more about their progress below.
CET’s Board of Directors is composed of individuals that are deeply passionate about and committed to the organization’s mission. Charged with empowering senior staff members, challenging each other’s thinking through inquisitive questions, and fostering the culture of CET, we've been lucky to count some of the region's most influential, brilliant, and thoughtful professionals on
Right off Interstate 95, moments from the Saugatuck River, in Westport, Connecticut, sits Kneads Bakery, Café, and Mill. Kneads is all about local ingredients, quality food, and community. They began their own recycling efforts to reduce and divert waste wherever possible, but knew they wanted to do more. Sustainable Westport connected Kneads with the
According to ReFED, in 2019 U.S. businesses generated approximately 50 million tons of surplus food – the equivalent of 80 billion meals, representing a $244 billion loss across the foodservice, retail, manufacturing, and farm sectors. Reducing waste avoids several purchasing and disposal costs, can feed food insecure people in your community, and provides a