At the Omega Center for Sustainable Living, one of the greenest buildings in America, we treat 100% of Omega's wastewater with zero chemicals and net zero energy. We welcome all visitors—students, teachers, activists, contractors, architects, elected officials, and others—who want to learn more about natural water reclamation, sustainable living, and green building. Take a free tour of the OCSL or register for one of Omega's sustainable living workshops.
Note: In response to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus), the OCSL has suspended tours of its building and is not hosting meetings. To review the latest information about Omega's response to the virus, click here.
Take a Tour
Each year during Omega’s May through October season, Omega provides approximately 200 scheduled weekly public tours of the OCSL to program participants, visitors and guests.
In addition, Omega provides educational private tours by appointment throughout the year, to groups of teachers, contractors, architects, elected officials, and others who want to learn more about natural water reclamation, sustainable living, and green building. The approximate total attendance of weekly public and private tours increases annually, and is currently more than 4,500 individuals per year.
Contact us at OCSL@eOmega.org for more information about OCSL tours.
Host Your Meeting Here
Are you looking for a meeting space to inspire your team and the environmental work you're doing? Omega invites local organizations to use the OCSL's classroom to move their sustainability work forward. We have welcomed many groups, including Scenic Hudson, the Catskill Animal Sanctuary, and the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), who held their sustainability education program for K-12 teachers, a necessary prerequisite for New York State teacher licensing, at the OCSL. If your group is looking for an inspiring space to lead seminars and meetings, please contact us at OCSL@eOmega.org.
If you are a local nonprofit, you may qualify under our Service Grant Program to use the OCSL classroom as a meeting place at no cost. To apply, please contact OCSL@eOmega.org