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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Wind Turbines

If you have a second home on the water, consider buying a wind turbine.

Wood products: purchase products certified by the FSC

The Forest Stewardship Council certifies wood products that meet sustainability standards and do not contribute to climate change. Look for the FSC logo when purchasing wood products.

Yard waste disposal

Concord Public Works manages a drop-off program for yard waste recycling that is open to all Concord residents. Compost and wood chips made from collected yard waste are available for free to all Concord residents.

See: http://www.concordnet.org/Pages/ConcordMA_Recycle/yard

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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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