“[John Majercak] has worked for the Center for EcoTechnology for more than 25 years in a variety of positions and brings a positive vision, strong background in environmental science, broad experience, and a highly successful track record to the President position…John’s work in organic waste composting has garnered national recognition as a model for building a market-based system for diverting commercial food waste from disposal. Project work includes green job training for weatherization workers and public education on energy efficiency, radon and recycling.”
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By Willow Cohn, Community Outreach and Education Fellow
Have you been wondering what events to attend to celebrate Earth Month? Well, wonder no more! CET’s Outreach Team will be attending these great events below. We will be discussing many of our programs including: how to go green with a no-cost home energy assessment, how to start investing in local, renewable energy, tips on starting you own composting system, and great Electric Vehicle rebate programs, just to name a few. Every sustainable action counts! Happy Earth Month!Read More»
Wind power is becoming increasingly affordable and has the potential to greatly reduce our reliance on fossil fuels and create less pollution in the air. However, there are several misconceptions about this new type of technology, so let’s set the record straight by busting some of the most common myths about wind turbines!
Myth One: The Sound and Shadow Flicker will Damage Your Health
According to an article by the Union of Concerned Scientists on the Environmental Impacts of Wind Power, there is no evidence that the sound from turbines or the shadow flicker is in any way detrimental to a person’s health. With proper siting of the turbine, there should be hardly any noise and no negative health impact.Read More»