Posts Tagged ‘waterfront’

Ninigret Park 2016 playground upgrades

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Over the past few years the town of Charlestown, RI, has been making capital improvements to Ninigret Park to promote the importance of outdoor activity.  The 227-acre facility is home to several soccer and athletic fields, tennis courts, a nature center, a bike path and racing circuit, playgrounds, a sky observatory, a large dog park, […]

Crane Beach Opens Sustainable Bathhouse!

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123► Crane Beach in Ipswich, MA has been a landmark in the coastal Northeast for close to a century.   Families have flocked to this gorgeous beach for decades.  Operated and maintained by The Trustees of the Reservations as a recreation area, it is also a conservation area that serves as the home of a wildlife […]

Crane Beach enters the age of sustainability

Vintage bathhouse at Crane Beach, Ipswich, Ma

Crane Beach in Ipswich, MA has been a landmark in the coastal Northeast for close to a century.   Operated and maintained by The Trustees of the Reservations as a recreation and conservation area, it is also the home of a wildlife refuge and the nesting grounds for the endangered piping plover. With the old restrooms […]

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 […]

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 […]

Clivus New England to exhibit at 50th Annual Yankee Conference

Town Beach pavilion

Clivus New England, Inc., is pleased to once again be exhibiting at the annual Yankee Conference on Environmental Health.  Join us September 26th and 27th at the Mystic Marriott, Groton, CT.  Displays, information packages, slides, and printed case studies will be available when you stop by our Booth 20. Check out a working model of […]

Magee Fund helps Boy Scouts improve their camps

Camp Wanocksett

George W. Magee Memorial Trust fund has made it possible for many Massachusetts BSA Council camps to improve their restroom facilities and bring them indoors while still preserving the natural environments of the camps.  The Clivus composting systems installed at these and many other camps use no water, discharge no polluting waste, and help replenish […]

Charlestown, RI beaches get a breath of fresh air!

Town Beach pavilion

After years of using unsightly, non-ADA compliant portable restrooms at Town Beach and Blue Shutters Beach in Charlestown, RI, beachgoers now have beautiful, sanitary and odor-free restrooms.  The bathhouses are not only gorgeous, but they are engineered to protect the environment! Since both beaches lie in what are deemed to be “critical resource areas” by […]