Presentation: Toward Zero Waste

For our third Recycling Q & A, we are pleased to host Christin Walth, Project Manager for Toward Zero Waste Communities (formerly, Toward Zero-Waste Newburyport) and Stephen P. Lisauskas, Vice President of Government Affairs and Regional Vice President of Municipal Partnerships for Waste Zero.

Assembly Room, Belmont Public Library
Wednesday, February 3
7 – 9 PM

Are you…

  • Concerned about curbside recycling?
  • Wondering how to limit waste?
  • Concerned about more incinerators in Massachusetts?
  • Wanting to learn more about composting?

Christin will share best practices for helping communities and residents eliminate as much of their trash as possible.


Make the Switch

When you consider donations to social causes, consider the switch to clean energy among your choices. By participating in Mass Energy’s “Make the Switch” to clean energy, you purchase renewable energy and send a strong message that Massachusetts households want more renewable energy. Your donation is 100% tax deductible.
Logo for Make the SWITCH; a leaf merges with a power cord
To get started, go tohttp://info.massenergy.org/mothersoutfrontand click “Make the Switch”. When asked to choose a utility, if you are a Belmont resident, select “My utility is none of these”. Because Belmont has a municipal utility, you won’t have your clean energy purchases coupled within your utility bill. Instead, you can offset your estimated monthly electricity consumption – or any amount of your choosing – through Mass Energy’s New England Wind Friends program. From the New England Wind Friends page, select “Click here to sign up” and complete the form to set up a monthly payment.  The site has a feature to help you estimate your monthly payment, which for the average household ranges from $12 to $23.

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