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Your Water Bottle Can Ride Forever on the MBTA

Posted by Jessie Haas on 11/1/2021 to Press Releases
Your Water Bottle Can Ride Forever on the MBTA
Bostonians know they can 'ride forever 'neath the streets of Boston' on the MBTA using their Charlie Cards.

The College and University Recycling Coalition (CURC) Webinar Series 2017

Posted by Dave F. on 6/7/2017 to Press Releases
The College and University Recycling Coalition (CURC) Webinar Series 2017
"Recycling” is only the start of the process for Program Managers.

Sustainable National Parks

Posted by Sarah M. on 5/1/2017 to Public Space Recycling
Sustainable National Parks

As the warm weather creeps closer, those campgrounds and trails start beckoning. But planning for outdoor season isn’t just a matter of making sure there’s enough room for tents, bear lockers are shipshape and trails are maintained.

Public Space Recycling: The Importance of Designing A Successful Program

Posted by Emily Bellmore on 4/14/2015 to Public Space Recycling

Michael Alexander, President of Recycle Away, attended the The National Facilities Management and Technology Conference in Baltimore, Maryland last month and had the pleasure of speaking at the conference on the topic of sustainability and how to "Design Successful Public Space Recycling Programs." Michael was accompanied by Alec Cooley, the Director of Recycling Programs for Keep America Beautiful which is the nation's largest leading nonprofit that builds and sustains vibrant communities. Together they spoke about the benefits of successful recycling programs that can incorporate the best new practices in public space recycling and how placement, label messaging, bin color and other design tactics can help you design and execute winning recycling programs.

Outdoor Recycling: Save Money This Spring With Our Discounted Containers for Public-Space Recycling

Posted by Emily Bellmore on 2/17/2015 to Public Space Recycling

It's not to early to think about spring is it? With winter slowly coming to an end, it's important to think about the new season that's upon us and how to prepare your recycling needs for the outdoors. Whether you are expanding, improving or implementing a public-space recycling program into your business or organization, it's vital to plan ahead and make your program the most successful it can be.

Vermont Pioneers New Composting Laws: The Zero Waste Movement

Posted by Emily Bellmore on 12/19/2014 to Composting
The Vermont Legislature unanimously voted the Universal Recycling Law into action in 2012. This new law requires that all recyclables (metal, glass, plastic and paper) be banned from landfills starting in 2015. Leaf and yard debris, as well as clean wood are required to be recycled by 2016, and all food scraps are to be recycled by July of 2020.

Durability Meets Contemporary Style: The Aristata Series

Posted by Amanda Shepard on 10/3/2014 to Public Space Recycling
Many companies spend an abundance of time and money on the décor of their office. They see the style and finishes in their office as a direct reflection of their success as a company. We’ve had several companies come to us with a recycling dilemma; they want to include recycling bins in their buildings, but don’t want to sacrifice the style of their office. We’re excited to have come up with a solution to their problem: The Aristata Series of recycling containers.

Vermont Making Big Steps Towards Reducing Carbon Footprint

Posted by Amanda Shepard on 9/18/2014 to Composting
Vermont Making Big Steps Towards Reducing Carbon Footprint
As part of Vermont’s larger effort to reduce its carbon footprint, this week Burlington, Vermont, announced that 100% of its electricity is now renewable. Renewable energy means that the energy fueling the small city comes from sources such as water, wind, and biomass.
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