EcoBuilding Bargains is the largest used building materials store in New England offering incredible deals on reused and surplus materials, including cabinets, architectural salvage, lumber, doors, windows, tile, appliances, lighting fixtures, and furniture. We have bargains for all budgets!
We accept donations of quality, but unwanted, home improvement materials, and offer a free pick-up service across New England. Donors receive a tax credit for their donation.
Each year we keep about 400 tons of perfectly good materials from entering landfills. We sell these materials at a half to a quarter of their price when new.
We are located at 83 Warwick Street in Springfield, Mass., at exit 3 off I291.
The Center for EcoTechnology helps people and businesses in Massachusetts save energy and reduce waste.
For 40 years, we’ve offered proven advice and resources to save you money, make you more comfortable at home, and help your business perform better.
As a non-profit 501(c)(3), CET works with partners throughout the region to help transform the way we live and work for a better community, economy, and environment – now and for the future.
We provide practical solutions that save energy, materials and money and have a positive impact on our environment and community. We serve residents, business and communities in the areas of energy efficiency and waste reduction and through our retail store, EcoBuilding Bargains.
Collective Copies is a Cooperatively run copy shop with locations in Amherst, MA and Florence, MA. We are a worker-owned, Union, print-shop committed to minimizing our environmental impact.
We use only tree-free and recycled papers. We recycle, minimize our waste and our use of waste-producing materials and methods, and explore promising alternatives to such materials as they become viable.
We contribute to our community and support local business.
We return 10% of our profits to the community that sustains us.
We promote, frequent and assist area businesses how and whenever possible and strive to empower all workers and to be a model/ resource for positive and profitable worker-ownership.