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Love Em and Leave Em! Don’t Rake Those Leaves Shred them into Your Lawn. It'll save you work, improve your soil, and add nutrients...
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Watch this short "how To" video about mulching-in-place by the homeowner
The dream becomes real: Living comfortably and affordably off-the-grid (or nearly!)
Join us on September 12 to hear Judy Martin, Jean Hamerman and Eva Finkelstein, three local green building entrepreneurs, discuss how you make your home or workspace more comfortable and energy-efficient. Together we can improve our quality of life now while building a brighter, healthier future.
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“Renew Greenburgh is continuing the Greenburgh initiative as we strive to build on our ongoing commitment to make our environment clean, safe and sustainable. Throughout the Renew Greenburgh website you will find valuable resources and helpful tools that will assist you with making numerous green improvements to your home or business.”
Paul Feiner Supervisor
Town of Greenburgh
Take advantage of assistance and incentives to be more green:
Join Climate Action Task ForceJoin the Greenburgh Climate Action Task Force! The Climate Action Task Force has been charged with developing an action plan to reduce green house gas emissions in Greenburgh.
Green Businesses You Need to Know celebrating Greenburgh's Green businesses/organizations
Town of Greenburgh has many green businesses and organizations helping the community lower utility cost, save energy and reduce our environmental impacts.
Each month Renew Greenburgh will highlight one unique and novel business or organization nominated by the community.
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Energy Conservation Projects Greenburgh Engineer Brings Energy Savings Home to Hartsdale Co-op
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- A free energy audit is available for Westchester County residents with annual household income less than 200 percent of the Area Median Income (AMI)... Learn more Visit program website
- Need help weatherize home/rented properties? Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) helps income-eligible families and individuals lower their heating/cooling costs by making houses more energy efficient. Both single-family and multi-family houses are eligible... Read more...
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