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Clean Water Action’s programs reach and involve tens of thousands of Massachusetts residents every year, building a clean water and clean energy future through outreach, education, organizing, advocacy and policy action at the local, state and national levels.


Less trash - more compost!

Write a letter to the Commissioner of MassDEP, Bonnie Heiple, urging her to support municipal composting programs and keep more organic and food waste out of landfills and incinerators!


ReThink Disposable in Massachusetts

Clean Water Action’s award-winning ReThink Disposable program is expanding to Massachusetts! ReThink Disposable works with local jurisdictions, businesses, and consumers of take-out food packaging (almost everyone these days) to inspire a cultural shift away from the single-use disposable items.

Clean Energy and Climate Justice in Massachusetts

The way we currently produce and use energy in the U.S. significantly contributes to the climate crisis and pollutes our water, air and communities. It also disproportionately harms low-income communities and communities of color.

Zero Waste in MA

Our state’s landfills and incinerators pollute the air and water of neighboring communities. The aging Wheelabrator incinerator in Saugus, MA, for example, has had four fires in just the past few years - fires that release toxic chemicals into the air!

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Boston, MA 02108
United States