This of course is not the only list of eco friendly and sustainable blogs and websites in CT- if you have a green or enviromental blog or a website that is focused in your city, state or region, please let me know and I will publish.
Green and Eco Blogs and Websites in Connecticut
- Building CT Green
- Connecticut Energy Blog
- Connecticut Waste Vegetable Oil List
- CT Environmental Headlines
- CT Green Scene
- Gruppie Girl A stay at home mom who is actually enjoying life in the suburbs! Stuck between having the facade of a yuppie and a granola heart. Gruppie power!
- My Book Cart- buys and sells used book and textbooks
- Monster e-cycling Green Monster e-cycling has quickly become one of the premier computer and electronics recycling companies in the Connecticut and surrounding states
- Green Vibration Retail Store (Hartford) Interested in Living a More Sustainable Life? Now is the time to get involved! Consider becoming a member of The Growing Green Co-op! Member benefits include participation in a state-wide delivery of sustainable goods – biofuels, local produce, organic bulk foods, raw food to go boxes, toxic free house cleaning products, organic linens, eco-friendly body care lines and other “green” products/services will be delivered to co-op members state-wide starting this fall that will grow our local economy.
- Real Hartford
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|Northeast Energy Efficiency Council
Business association for firms that provide energy efficiency products and services. Group is committed to making New England more energy efficient on both the legislative and regulatory sides.
Helpful tips from a very hip, green architecture firm in Norwalk, CT. WinterGreen has a little something for everyone.
This site sponsored by the non-profit Northeast Sustainable Energy Association, has a neat sustainable yellow pages that allows you to search for products and services within the Northeast region.Building Commissioning Association
Commissioning is a term often associated with boats and the same holds true for the green building world. It means that all operating systems have been reviewed and documented to a certain standard. Commissioning can take place for both existing and new construction. This site is a good starting place.
The site, sponsored by Northeast Organic Farmers Association/CT & MA chapters, has a good publication section to assist you in understanding organic lawn care. The books are pretty inexpensive and the contribution goes to a good cause. The site also has a list of accredited organic landscapers.
This is a great site produced by the CT Department of Environmental Protection. It covers all things having to do with recycling in Connecticut. Areas such as electronics disposal, household hazardous waste disposal, and buying recycled products.
Find out about how you can go solar at home. This site provides information on Connecticut’s Residential Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Incentive Program. The program creates certain incentives for users. Find out if solar is for you.