February Newsletter 2016

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  • See who’s saving $225 million with Zero Waste
  • It takes some “CHaRM” to increase recycling rates
  • Get your community moving with a 10-year plan
  • Sharing is easy with a library of things




Where is your community going?

Zero Waste is a big vision and you need a plan to get there. We’ve laid it out for you in just 7 pages with the new Executive Summary of our 10-year Community Zero Waste Roadmap. Share it with your community today to start the conversation on Zero Waste.

Get the 10-year plan > 

unnamed-1How to Get to Zero Waste: Webinar
Who makes Zero Waste happen on the ground? More often than not it’s your public works team. We’re partnering with the American Public Works Association to lay out how and why to move your community to Zero Waste.

Join us on March 17th >


It takes some “CHaRM” to increase recycling rates

A Center for Hard-to-Recycle Materials (CHaRM) brings something a landfill or incinerator cannot. It creates social and economic value to the local community while increasing diversion.

Is there a CHaRM in your future? >



Unilever saves $225 million through Zero Waste practices

600 facilities. 70 countries. And $225 million in savings to boot. Unilever is committed to making the business case for sustainability and walking their talk.

Discover why Unilever is embracing Zero Waste >


Need help getting your business moving?

unnamed-1The US Zero Waste Business Council has tons of resources and support to help your business move toward Zero Waste.

Register now for their 2016 conference or find
a certified professional in your area.



“Library of Things” makes sharing easy


Rent sewing machines, borrow a musical instrument or use a 3D printer. The Library of Things makes it easy to rent instead of own, helping drive down consumption while building community.

Find out what you can borrow >


Thanks for your support,
Eric, Kate, Marti and the Eco-Cycle Solutions team

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