Multi-Family Residential Recycling Begins with The Bag at Waste Expo 2018

Multi-Family Residential Recycling Begins with The Bag at Waste Expo 2018

Solving The Multi-Family Residential Recycling Dilemma Recycling in multi-family unit dwellings is a challenge. Space is limited and compliance from and education for residents on your recycling program can be challenging. This week the crew from Factory Direct Promos is heading to Las Vegas for the 50th anniversary of the Waste Expo to share a solution that […]

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The State of Recycling

The State of Recycling

Recycling is a challenging business and many recycling facilities are facing an uncertain future. From contaminated materials to dropping resale prices and even complaints about noise from neighbors, more and more facilities are closing down. Find out what this means for the state of recycling going forward.

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Get Our Favorite Reusable Bags at The Lowest Prices Ever Offered!

Get Our Favorite Reusable Bags at The Lowest Prices Ever Offered!

For a limited time, we are running an eco-special on four of our staff’s favorite reusable bags. When you place a minimum order of 250 bags by March 31, 2018 you can secure EQP (end quantity pricing) on these great reusable bags. Learn more about the reusable bags our staff chose to include in this eco special and how to go about customizing your bags.

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What Are The Options for Apartment Recycling?

What Are The Options for Apartment Recycling?

Apartment recycling can be a challenge for both landlords or property managers and tenants. A solution that makes it easy and simple for tenants to collect recyclable items in order to later empty into a collection bin or dumpster has proven elusive. However, there are options for apartment recycling. Multi-family recycling options have proven to make the entire process easy and increase tenant recycling. Find out how to simplify apartment recycling with an easy, affordable and effective option.

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Massachusetts Bag Ban Bill H 2121. What YOUR Business Needs to Know Now

Massachusetts Bag Ban Bill H 2121. What YOUR Business Needs to Know Now

Plastic bag bans are growing throughout the world and now is the time to get ready because a bag ban may be coming to Massachusetts. Both residents and businesses will need to adapt to this new law. In a 13-1 vote, the Senate approved, Massachusetts bag ban known as H 2121, and referred the proposal to the committee on Environment, Natural Resources and Agriculture. If approved, this would not be the first time a statewide bag ban has gone on the books as Massachusetts would join the ranks of the California bag ban.

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