Green Needham’s Landscaping Team is seeking to ban gas-powered leaf blowers and to shift to safer, more environmentally responsible approaches and equipment for leaf handling and removal in Needham. Plastics Reduction team is working to reduce single-use plastic consumption and waste
Green Needham’s Plastics Reduction team is working to reduce single-use plastic consumption and waste in Needham. We are working to: Prepare the town for the upcoming plastic bag ban by encouraging Needham shoppers to bring reusable bags to the store.
Green Needham’s NPC (Needham Power Choice) team continues the work Green Needham began with its January 2022 report to the Select Board requesting the Town enter into an aggregation contract for Needham. We will be providing education, outreach and advocacy
Are you a professional with expertise in home energy, HVAC, solar or related technologies? Do you have experience with your own projects that you are willing to share? Interested but unsure whether you can help? If you answered yes to
Help sign up residents for home energy assessments…
Interested in environmental and sustainability issues? Closely follow local sustainability events? Want to get more involved with Green Needham? Like writing about environmental topics? Green Needham acts as community resource, and our events calendar is an important means of informing
Help with periodic updates of web pages in various sections that interest you, such as Greening Your Electricity, Food/Diet, Driving Green, Sustainable Landscaping, etc.
Interested in environmental, and sustainability issues? Want to get more involved with Green Needham? Like writing about environmental topics? Then writing blog posts is for you — any amount of time that you can contribute is welcome! Green Needham acts
Green Needham’s Home Energy Savings Team works with our Mass Save partner, HomeWorks Energy, to encourage residents to get no-cost home energy assessments, and to do follow-up work like adding insulation, (75% subsided by Mass Save ), thereby saving money
Are you a passionate recycler and don’t mind delving into detail? In 2014 Green Needham completed an online “Recyclopedia,” a comprehensive A-Z listing of how to get unwanted items to be reused or recycled. It has been updated over the