Skip to content

Residents of Bourne, Falmouth, Mashpee, and Sandwich can bring household hazardous waste to any of these four local drop offs: April 20, 2024, 9am-1pm, Sandwich High School June 15, 2024, 9am-1pm, Falmouth High School August 17, 2024, 9am-1pm, Mashpee High School October 19, 2024, 9am-1pm, Bourne Landfill See the attached flyer or visit www.loveyourlocawater.org for…

Read More

Following the Lab Freezer Maintenance Lunch n Learns, the Facilities Dept has purchased some ice scraping tools to help people carry on with the regular maintenance of their freezers.  Sets of rubber mallets and plastic scrapers have been distributed in the freezer rooms of Redfield and Fye and soon to be Watson as well.  Be…

Read More

WHOI has been selected as a 2022 Mass Save™ Climate Leader; one of just 19 commercial and industrial organizations across the Commonwealth to receive this recognition. WHOI has leveraged the incentives, support, and rebates offered by the Sponsors of Mass Save to make impactful investments in energy efficiency as well as reduce the Institution’s carbon…

Read More

The Sustainability Task Force, the Women’s Committee, and the Workplace Climate Committee hosted an Activities Fair on Tuesday, September 20, 2022. The goal was to connect people with the many different activities and affinity groups at WHOI ranging from DEI to Softball to Tunes at Noon and more. Many groups were represented, lots of interested…

Read More

Electricity prices are rising! Join 3 local experts to learn how you can save money and reduce your carbon footprint by installing solar panels on your home.  Matt Liles from Cotuit Solar, James Manzer from Revision Energy, and Megan Amsler from Self-Reliance will share their knowledge and expertise about residential solar. Tuesday, June 21 at…

Read More

Members of the WHOI community came together on Thursday, May 12 for the most recent installment of Repair Cafe.  People brought in small appliances from home that weren’t working, and WHOI technicians volunteered to help troubleshoot and repair these items.  It was a wonderful community building event, with the added benefits of saving appliances from…

Read More

Over the course of a week in early January 2022 ReVision Energy installed a 15.17 kW (DC) solar panel system on the Meteor House roof.  As soon as the system is inspected and the net metering is enabled, Meteor House can be added to the list of buildings at WHOI generating electricity!  

Read More

In 2021 WHOI sent a total of 141,200 lbs of scrap metal and empty containers to Middleboro Recycling and Mid City Scrap. In addition to keeping all of that material out of landfills, this effort also resulted in $16,239.77 income for WHOI. Win-Win!

Read More