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Donate Building Materials to EcoBuilding Bargains

Save Money on Disposal Cost
Get a Tax Deduction
Avoid Materials From Going to Landfields.
Pick-up Service at No-Cost
Accepted Materials

Accepted Materials

We accept windows, doors, building materials, cabinets, countertops, vanities, fixtures, tubs, flooring, electrical, lighting, etc.

Click here to view all accepted materials.

Questions? use our donation form or call (413) 788-6900 .

Donation Form
Pick-Up Service

Pick-Up Service

We can come to your home, job site or business to pick up larger volumes of materials up to 150 miles from Springfield, MA.

Pick-ups are available Tuesday through Saturday. Two week notice is needed for scheduling purposes.

Call (413) 788-6900 to schedule an appointment or use our online donation form.

Donation Form

What people are saying

“When we mis-order or have a change order on building materials, It doesn’t make sense to try to sell them, and we don’t want to throw them away. Instead, CET makes it easy for us to donate them, and it feels good to know that somebody is benefitting from our donation.”

Chris Nelson
Nelson Construction CT

"We often have projects where existing building products are scheduled to be removed for replacement. We are so grateful that because of CET, these items do not wind up in a dumpster or a landfill, but rather, they get repurposed and used in other construction projects. We are happy to recommend CET to others."

Chris Shea
Domus Constructors


EcoBuilding Bargains is an enterprise of the Center for EcoTechnology, Inc. (CET), which is recognized as an organization exempt from federal income tax under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. EcoBuilding Bargains has not provided anything of value, nor goods, nor services, in exchange for your donation. You should be aware that, if your deduction for all non-cash charitable contributions exceeds $500 in one year, you must file an IRS Form 8283, Noncash Charitable Contributions, with your tax return. If your claimed deduction for a contributed item (or group of similar items) exceeds $5,000, the item (or group of similar items) must be appraised by a qualified appraiser. Donors should consult their tax advisors with respect to the tax treatment of any donations made to CET, or download IRS Publication 526, Charitable Donations, at