The Center for EcoTechnology (CET) 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
About the Center for EcoTechnology:
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.