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Clivus answers the Living Building Challenge

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The “Living Building Challenge” is probably the most rigorous of the sustainable building protocols, and Clivus New England has what it takes to answer the water conservation challenge.  You can find Clivus waste treatment systems at three of Massachusetts’ newest LBC projects: Kellogg House at Williams College, Williamstown, MA; The Kern Center at Hampshire College, Amherst, MA; and […]

Wollaston Golf Club, Milton, MA

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Over the summer Wollaston Golf Club opened two new on-course comfort stations, much to the pleasure of its members.  The upscale restrooms were made possible with help from Clivus New England.  By using our composting technology the club avoided fairway-damaging septic systems and sewer hookups.  Hand sanitizers eliminates wastewater production from sinks.    

Clivus New England will exhibit at 2015 ACA New England CampExpo

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Clivus New England, Inc., is pleased to once again be exhibiting at ACA New England CampExpo for the sixth year in a row.  Join us March 27 and 28 at the Radisson Hotel, 700 Elm Street, Manchester, NH.  Displays, information packages, slides, and printed case studies will be available when you stop by our Booth […]

US Coast Guard Menemsha Station Rebuilt

Artist rendering of proposed new building

In 1952 the US Coast Guard moved the late-nineteenth-century Coast Guard house on Cuttyhunk Island to its Menemsha station on Martha’s Vineyard.  There the historical building remained until a devastating fire took it on July 12, 2010. The Coast Guard promised to rebuild, incorporating modern technologies into a building that remained true to the history […]

Rhode Island Great Outdoors Pursuit

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Clivus New England, Inc. is proud to once again be a sponsor of the Rhode Island Great Outdoors Pursuit!  The RI Department of Environmental Management will be hosting several events featuring good, old fashioned, healthy family fun.  Events will include scavenger hunts, relay races, fishing, geo-chaching, camping, outdoor movies, interactive displays, games and raffles…and lots […]

West Tisbury Library enters the age of Sustainability

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Of the six public libraries on Martha’s Vineyard the West Tisbury Free Public Library has the highest annual circulation and longest open hours for visitation.  It houses the Island’s largest book collection, and up until last year it yielded the highest circulation for its comparative space of a mere 5,600 square feet. Recognizing that their […]

Clivus New England supports Charlestown Community Garden

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For the second year in a row Clivus New England is proud to be a sponsor of the Harvest Festival at Ninigret Park.  Proceeds from the festival will benefit the Charlestown Community Garden, an all volunteer organization that grows and provides fresh organic produce to the local food banks and those in need in the […]

Protecting RI’s shoreline with Clivus

Home with Clivus system in critical resource area

Protecting the RI Shorelines with Clivus Composting Waste Treatment Systems Over the years the State of Rhode Island has identified areas that it deems critical resource areas, regions that are particularly sensitive to the detrimental effects of nutrients such as nitrogen, pathogenic organisms, organic chemicals and other substances that may be present in effluent from […]

Sustainable Cape Cod: New Tools & Practices for Clean Water & Community Benefit

On Monday and Tuesday, October 22 and 23, the Cape Cod Commission and Water Alliance will host a conference to educate the general public about clean water practices to benefit our communities. Clivus New England will be on hand to show how Clivus composting systems and greywater filters can lower or eliminate nitrogen and phosphorus […]

Brooks School builds sustainable living dormitory

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Brooks School in North Andover, MA, saw its first class in the fall of 1927.  Founded by Endicott Peabody, Headmaster of Groton, the school was named for Phillips Brooks, an Episcopal preacher, former Bishop of Massachusetts and a North Andover resident.  The main goal of the school was to not only prepare students for college, […]