Two climate events are coming up in the week of March 7, 2022. On March 9th at 7:30 p.m., Green Needham is pleased to join Temple Beth Shalom’s Environmental Action Committee to host a Zoom meeting with Derek Walter, the
Are you recycling “smart” and avoiding the most common recycling mistakes? Not sure? Want to learn more? Then read on… Learning to Recycle correctly is important for several reasons. Adding items to recycle bins that you “hope” or “wish” were
Our food waste problem Did you know that food waste in the U.S. makes up the largest percentage of our overall solid waste at 22%?1 It’s scary to think of how high that number is, but it also presents
“The electric-assist is a game changer. The bicycle is replacing all our local car trips.” You might have seen this bike around Needham and asked, “What is that?” We have the answer; it is an Urban Arrow Family electric-assist bicycle
In case you hadn’t heard, the Re-Use-It Swap Shop at Needham RTS has reopened! Yes, you can now drop off reusable items that are in good/usable condition, and/or shop for items that you need/want. This is a great resource for
Now is the time to take advantage of Mass Save’s® subsidized Insulation Program! For a limited time, Mass Save® will cover 100% of the cost of approved insulation work! Normally, only 75% of the cost is covered. Take the
A Bit of Cabin Fever?? Look UP May 14-23 into Clear Skies!! If you have been feeling cooped up, here’s one safe idea that may lift the spirits and engage the whole household any night when skies are clear: turn off the
Interested in learning about the latest Mitsubishi Electric Ductless Air Source Heat Pump technology? Homeowners of Needham are invited to join us for a free, one-hour Virtual Educational Workshop on Wednesday, April 22, either from 3 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Thinking about solar panels for your roof? Read what your Needham neighbors are saying about their solar panels: Dan Callahan Address: 24 Robinwood Ave. Needham I love my solar panels! I’m doing my part for the environment and it’s actually
source: Molly Wilson Fairchild Needham Residents, Do you cook with natural gas in your residence? If so, you may be able to participate in a study about air quality, climate change, housing and health. Mothers Out Front is supporting the Harvard T.