"Quest for Quiet"
Join a Lunchtime Conference Series presented by Quiet Communities
Environmental noise threatens the health of millions of Americans, especially those in low income and minority communities. Harmful noise emanates from sources including air, road, and rail transportation, construction, land care, industry and even recreation and entertainment venues. Often it is associated with harmful pollution.
The lack of effective federal and state programs to help abate noise makes it critical for communities to work together to share ideas, resources, and success stories and encourage our governments to re-establish noise abatement and control programs.
In this conference you will learn as well, as help build a community network that can work together to reduce noise in our communities. Brief speaker presentations will be followed by an interactive discussion.
Part 1 - Setting the Stage
Join the meeting if you are interested in making our communities quieter and healthier.
Yes; Quiet Communities -- the Mass. non profit -- are the ones that led Wellesley's Quiet, Healthy Yards, A Regional Residential Land Care Workshop last spring.
Join the “How to heat your home more efficiently and comfortably,” discussion TONIGHT at 7pm with experts from Abode Energy Management. Wellesley homeowners will be on the call as well to share how their air source heat pumps take on New England's winters and summers. Heating with electricity pulled from renewable sources, vs. gas, is HEALTHIER as well.
It's a good time to consider heat pumps as the Wellesley Municipal Light Plant has extended its Clean Comfort Program to June 2022. Abode is the contractor they have hired to help Wellesley residents explore heat pump solutions. Abode's Heat Pump Specialists are provided at no cost to Wellesley residents. This program also includes a $2,000 rebate to those who replace air conditioners or furnaces with efficient, quiet, air-source heat pumps.
To learn more about the financial rebates as well as unbiased, personal, expert advice, call 781-235-7600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Schedule a consultation to improve your home's heating/cooling systems today.
You will be more comfortable and will reduce your energy usage. Don't forget, buildings emit 56% of the greenhouse gas emissions here in Wellesley, and 58% of that that comes from the residential sector. Wellesley has an emissions reduction goal to meet so let's rethink the way we heat and cool our homes. You will find many benefits along the way.