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Vermont Based Company Call2Recycle Regulates A Plan For The Collection & Recycling Of Single-Use Batteries

Posted by Emily Bellmore on 4/3/2015 to Public Education

Vermont once again made the news this week, as non-profit organization Call2Recycle, North America's first and largest battery stewardship program will submit to Vermont regulators, a plan for the collection and recycling of single-use batteries. The non-profit group announced "it had been selected by battery producers to represent them in complying with the nation's first mandatory take-back law for single-use batteries."

Earth Day Is Almost Here: Let Us Help You With Your Earth Day Celebrations

Posted by Emily Bellmore on 2/27/2015 to Public Education

This year's Earth Day will be celebrated on Wednesday, April 22nd and marks the 45th anniversary of what many consider the birth of the modern environmental movement which began in 1970. Earth Day is a world wide recognized event that gives everyone around the globe, the chance to honor mother earth and come together to show commitment, activism and support to our environment.

E-Waste: How Vermont and Other States Are Recycling Electronics

Posted by Emily Bellmore on 2/6/2015 to Public Education

Electronic waste or e-waste is any discarded electronic or electrical device. Many of these devices are classified as office electronic equipment, old computers, televisions, mobile phones and even refrigerators. Did you know that an estimated 50 million tons of e-waste in produced every year? The Environmental Protection Agency suggests that only 15-20% of e-waste is recycled, the remaining number sadly ends up in our landfills and incinerators.

Vermont Receives Grant to Support Clean Energy and Food Scrap Recycling

Posted by Emily Bellmore on 1/30/2015 to Public Education

When Vermont makes headlines it always excites us. Especially when the news pertains to important issues such as renewable energy and composting. These topics are not only important to Vermont, they are vital to the way our state functions and grows.

Keep America Beautiful 2015 National Conference

Posted by Emily Bellmore on 1/23/2015 to Public Education

Keep America Beautiful is the nation's leading nonprofit that brings people together to build and sustain vibrant communities. With the help of volunteers throughout communities all over the country, Keep America Beautiful networks those involved to help turn public spaces into beautiful places.

Campus Collective: How Universities and Colleges Are Leading The Charge In Recycling

Posted by Emily Bellmore on 1/16/2015 to Public Education
Many colleges and universities all over the country are incorporating recycling programs into their schools to enhance their current recycling needs. The need to reduce waste, cut costs and promote "green" efforts are quickly becoming a way of life for many students and facility members.

Recycling In The Office: Make a difference in the workplace

Posted by Emily Bellmore on 1/9/2015 to Public Education

Companies everywhere are increasing their recycling efforts to go green and the employees who work there are the ones that are helping this movement flourish. More and more businesses are realizing the importance of recycling and its benefits on the business, workers and the environment. Creating a recycling program in the workplace can improve operations, enhance your sustainability practices and help bring awareness and education to your office.

10 Waste Reduction Ideas For The Office

Posted by Emily Bellmore on 12/24/2014 to Public Education
Want to know how you can reduce the amount of waste in your office? Here are 10 ways you can make an impact at your workplace. Save time, money and energy with these quick tips.
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