DEVENS ECO-EFFICIENCY CENTER
Helping area businesses and organizations reduce their environmental impacts and operating costs through education, collaboration and technical assistance.
Devens Eco-Efficiency Center Annual Reports
20142014 was another banner year for the Devens Eco-Efficiency Center. Check out the highlights of the Center's activities and accomplishments in 2014 and how they benefited area businesses, organizations, and environmental resources. Download the full report.
2013In 2013 this six-year-old non-profit hosted ten educational forums, supported a major energy audit at a manufacturing firm, facilitated the evaluation of 18 new waste reduction programs and the implementation of 12 of these, and enabled the repurposing of 72 tons of materials that otherwise would have been treated as trash. These initiatives benefited 58 establishments from Devens and nine surrounding towns. This Annual Report provides highlights of how the Center promotes sustainable business and development practices and the benefits of its programs and services. Download the full report.
2012In 2012 the Devens Eco-Efficiency Center established new waste reduction programs that captured 500,000 pounds of materials for recycling, repurposed 62 tons of unwanted materials through The Great Exchange, led and participated in several educational forums, received an award for Outstanding Organization from the Nashoba Valley Chamber of Commerce, and more! Please take a few minutes to read the 2012 Annual Report to learn more about the year's accomplishments.
2011View the report which highlights the many accomplishments of the Devens Eco-Efficiency Center over the past year and our plans big for 2012! From the new Regional Household Hazardous Products Collection Center, to the Great Exchange and educational roundtable forums, the Devens Eco-Efficiency Center has been busy helping area businesses and organizations reduce their environmental impacts and operating costs.
2008In 2008, the Center assisted a number of organizations in reducing their economic and environmental impacts while contributing to their bottom-line, corporate social responsibility and community involvement. The Center continued to provide educational opportunities through its workshops and roundtables and green movie screenings, among many others. Programs like The Great Exchange and Power Down Devens helped earn the Center an Environmental Award of Merit from the Federal Environmental Protection Agency New England. Check out the 2008 Annual Report to learn more about all the highlights from 2008.