April 28, 2008
| last updated March 26, 2012 1:40 am
The Central Mass. Green Awards
Find profiles on companies and organizations from throughout the region that are thinking green and leading the way toward a healthier planet.
Meet the WBJ's Central Mass. Green Award Winners:
Boston Scientific's Endosurgery Headquarters, Marlborough
Boston Scientific undertook an extensive renovation at its endosurgery facility in Marlborough, resulting in LEED certification in March.
South High School, Worcester
Upgrades to the heating/cooling system at the high school will result in reduced C02 emissions – 1,380 tons over the next 20 years.
Fidelity Bank, Leominster
Fidelity has built its corporate center in Leominster with the environment in mind and has similar plans for a new branch in Worcester.
The Dana-Farber/Brigham & Women's Cancer Center, Milford
The cancer center at Milford Regional Medical Center is concerned not only with the health of the patient, but with the health of the planet.
EMC Corp., Westborough
Servers and data centers can be a power drain. That's why EMC totally revamped its 19,500-square-foot data center in Westborough to be more energy conscious.
Quabaug Corp., North Brookfield
Quabaug's commitment to energy efficiency and recycling have resulted in cost savings and new business ventures.
Alternatives Unlimited, Whitinsville
Alternatives has used all the tricks in the green playbook on the rehabilitation of the historic Whitin Mill: solar power, hydro and geothermal.
Regional Courthouse, Worcester
A project that does justice to the land on which it stands.
MassInnovation LLC, Fitchburg
The rehabilitation of the former Parkhill Manufacturing/Anwelt Shoe factory into a modern green building has included the use of a variety of renewable energy sources.