Environmental / Energy Concerns

  1. Community Preservation Act

    The Community Preservation Act (CPA) was approved by Concord voters in November 2004 creating a dedicated funding source financed by the surcharge revenues and state matching funds.

  2. DropOff SwapOff

    Concord Public Works and ReUsIt sponsor dropoff days in May and October for a wide variety of recyclable and reusable items not collected at the curb.

  3. Hazardous Waste Disposal

    Hazardous waste can include paint products, motor oil, bulbs, batteries, and more.

  4. Plastic Bag Reduction

    The intent of the plastic bag reduction bylaw is to prevent environmental damage caused by thin-film plastic checkout bags. The bylaw encourages the use of reusable bags.

  5. Recycling

    Learn about the recycling efforts of Concord.

  6. Toilets: Rebates & Energy Savings

    Learn more about the water saving rebates including regarding toilet rebates offered through Concord Public Works.

  7. Trash Disposal

    Learn about the trash and recycling efforts of Concord.

  8. Water Conservation

    Learn more about how the Public Works department is working to conserve water in Concord.