The Center for EcoTechnology can help real estate agents on the Cape and Islands assist with the selling process when preparing a home for sale by helping identify and manage hazardous items, say when you are helping a seller clean out their home. Some hazardous items to note are:
- Compact Fluorescent Bulbs & Tubes
- Dial Thermostats
- Thermometers & Barometers
- Some Antiques
- Paint, Solvents and Thinners
- Pool Chemicals, Pesticides, Fertilizers
- Auto Chemicals and Fluids
View the Mercury Awareness for Realtors video below to learn how CET can provide additional assistance and where to find safe disposal outlets around the state.
The Center for EcoTechnology (CET) works with partners throughout the country to address climate change by transforming the way we live and work – for a better community, economy, and environment.
For more than 40 years, their innovative non-profit organization has offered practical solutions to save money, increase the health and comfort of our homes, and help businesses perform better.
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