Reduce Waste and Lower Your School’s Environmental Footprint

Reduce Waste and Lower Your School’s Environmental Footprint

#GoReusableNow and Show Your School Spirit The name is different, but the mission is staying the same. RecycleMania is now known as Campus Race to Zero Waste. This organization strives to help colleges and universities across the U.S. and Canada find effective solutions in order to reach the goal of going zero waste. This is […]

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MassDEP Sustainable Materials Recovery Program (SMRP) Takes Off

MassDEP Sustainable Materials Recovery Program (SMRP) Takes Off

Bay State Going Green and Streamlining Waste Stream Big changes that will have a serious impact on the waste stream are coming to Massachusetts. The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) Sustainable Materials Recovery Program (SMRP), recently awarded $3.2 million. The MassDEP SMRP grant money aims to minimize trash carted off to landfills, increase recycling, […]

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Dayton to Impose Two-Strike Recycling Rule…Is There Another Option?

Dayton to Impose Two-Strike Recycling Rule…Is There Another Option?

Dayton’s Two-Strike Recycling Rule Works to Decrease Wishcycling. Could Simplifying Recycling Work Instead? Recycling seems easy enough, but that is just not always the case. Sometimes it’s very easy to identify if an item can be recycled, but other times it can be hard to make the call. Trying to recycle non-recyclable items has a […]

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The Top Multi-Family Marketing Tool That’s Eco-Friendly Too

The Top Multi-Family Marketing Tool That’s Eco-Friendly Too

How to Help Tenants and the Planet Multi-family dwellings, like apartments, condos, and townhomes typically have very low recycling rates. The inability to recycle means residents toss recyclable items in the trash because that is their only option. This places a burden on the local waste stream, contributes to landfills reaching capacity much quicker, and […]

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Are Plastic Lobbyists Winning the Fight Against Plastic Bag Bans?

Are Plastic Lobbyists Winning the Fight Against Plastic Bag Bans?

How Far Is the Bag Ban Movement Likely to Reach? To date, eight states have been banned single-use plastic bags. This is an amazing accomplishment! Banning single-use plastic bags takes a lot of work, primarily because there is a lot of resistance. The plastic manufacturing industry works hard to prevent bans from happening, and there […]

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