First held on April 22, 1970, Earth Day is an annual event celebrating environmental awareness and stewardship. Many organizations recognize Earth Day by picking up trash on the roadside, cleaning up vacant lots, cleaning the banks of lakes and rivers, or making sure that beaches and parks are free from litter and debris. This year there’s another way to honor Earth Day: bring your gently-used, no-longer-needed durable medical equipment (DME) to a donation drive in… What Do Earth Day and REquipment Have in Common?Read What Do Earth Day and REquipment Have in Common?
The REquipment Durable Medical Equipment Reuse Program is five years old this month! The reuse program received its first grant from the Carl and Ruth Shapiro Family Foundation in April of 2013 to pilot DME reuse in the Greater Boston area. The Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission administered the grant, and the pilot was successful in identifying the need for a DME Reuse Program not only in the Greater Boston area but also across the state. In… REquipment Celebrates Its 5 Year AnniversaryRead REquipment Celebrates Its 5 Year Anniversary