Welcome To Sustainable Warwick

The Emerging Climate Crisis: Global and Local Impacts and What You Can Do About It

2 part program at Albert Wisner Library, Jan. 25 and Feb. 1 at 6:30 p.m. with speakers Bill Makofske, Chuck Holmes, and Ed Sattler. Register with the library at 845-986-1047 or at www.albertwisnerlibrary.org

Repair Cafe in Warwick

The Repair Cafe will return every other month on the third Saturday at the Warwick Senior Center. The next dates are March 18;  May 20; July 15; Sept. 16; Nov. 18. Free except cost of lamp parts. We can always use more repair coaches. Contact Elizabeth Knight at 845-544-1056 or www.eknight@teawithfriends.


Help Stop the CPV gas power plant planned for Wawayanda. Click here for actions. Click here for more information about the plant.

Click here for a ten letter printable set: cpv-ten-letter-set

New revelations about CPV and the corruption charges:



Sustainable World Book Discussion Group organized by Kathleen Shannon

Third Tuesday of each month. The book for February will be Food Not Lawns by H. C. Flores, Tues, Feb 21 at the Florida Library.


Recycling/Reusing News

Thanks to SW member Elizabeth Knight for compiling this “Recylopedia” (organized by category) and to Straus News for publishing it in Dirt magazine. For recycling electronics:

Staples takes e-waste, including computer monitors, for free, but no TVs.

Best Buy takes e-waste for free but charges for TVs and computer monitors. $25 a piece.

New Hampton and Newburgh Transfer Stations take TVs only (CRTs and flat screens) for $5 a piece.

Battery disposal information

The Solarize Warwick program has ended, but solar continues to grow in Warwick!


SW’s petition on plastic bags  –   Sign our petition here.

Why are plastic bags a problem?   plastic bag facts


See how the Warwick Valley Central School District is working toward greener schools here.


What is sustainability?

Sustainability is based on a simple principle: Everything that we need for our survival and well-being depends, either directly or indirectly, on our natural environment.  Sustainability creates and maintains the conditions under which humans and nature can exist in productive harmony, that permit fulfilling the social, economic and other requirements of present and future generations. Sustainability is important to making sure that we have and will continue to have,  the water, materials, and resources to protect human health and our environment. — U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Sustainable Warwick, P.O. Box 1270, Warwick NY 10990

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