A to Z

A to Z is a database of conservation measures for residents and businesses of Concord, MA. to reduce their impact on the environment. The types of conservation measures vary from food, auto, water, heat and home appliances. These measures can also be accessed using the advanced search tool.

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Pool Pumps

Pool pumps may be cycled to minimize their operation during on-peak hours by using load management equipment similar to that used in the Concord Light Plant's existing off-peak electric hot water program. They will test existing equipment next summer

Recycling at the Curbside: Residential

Concord's curbside recycling and trash collection program is funded by users--no tax dollars are used to support this program and subscribers pay only for the services they receive. Reduce, reuse, recycle! For details, see: http://www.concordnet.org/Pages/ConcordMA_Recycle/curbside

Refrigerators: Unplug second ones when not in use

Unplug your extra refrigerator when not in use. For safe storage of unplugged refrigerators, see http://www.cpsc.gov/BUSINFO/rsa.html

Reuse: Buy Used or Secondhand

Buy used or secondhand, whether a computer or a car, and save money while protecting the environment. Also see Consignment: Clothing and Household for more information. See Freecycle Concord on this site See ebay: http://hub.ebay.com/buy See Craigslist: http://boston.craigslist.org/

Solar Hot Water for Homes

To find out about solar hot water systems for your home, see:

Solar Power for Businesses

To find out about tax deductions, exemptions, credits, and other incentives for solar energy use by businesses in Massachusetts, see the Database for State Incentives for Renewables and Efficiency (DSIRE): http://www.dsireusa.org/library/includes/map2.cfm?CurrentPageID=1&State=...

Solar Energy

Find out about solar energy and how you can use the sun to reduce your fuel bills and impact on the planet. See: http://www.eere.energy.gov/states/alternatives/resources_ma.cfm Also see: http://findsolar.com/index.php

Swap It: Donate unused items

Donate unused items during Concord's Drop Off Swap Off or to a local charity. Goodwill accepts donations during business hours at the trailer in the Crosby's parking lot. See: Buy Used or Secondhand See: Drop Off Swap Off See: Consignment: Clothing and Household

Ask Henry

Have a low impact living question? Want to reduce your carbon footprint?

Why Conserve?

"Around the world, there has been a three-fold increase in extreme weather events over the past three decades."

From company, Munich Re via the Boston Globe


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