- Turn plans into action with our upcoming workshop and webinars
- Waste (finally) mattered in Paris
- Mainstream U.S. Chamber embraces circular economy
- Longmont adopts curbside composting
TURN PLANS INTO ACTION
How 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 on March 17th to lay out how and why to move your community to Zero Waste.
Achieving Zero Waste in 10 years: full day workshop
Our workshops don’t just inspire you to adopt Zero Waste: We share a 10-year plan and community engagement strategies to help you succeed.
Join us at the Intermountain Sustainability Summit on
Zero Waste is our mission and our passion, and we want to help you get your community moving. Learn more about the services we offer >
Increase recycling with more equitable trash pricing: webinar
Pay-as-you-throw (PAYT) is equitable, it’s effective, and it’s been successfully used by more than 7000 communities in the U.S to substantially increase recycling rates. Our experts, in partnership with WasteCap Nebraska, will teach you the steps to move forward in this interactive webinar on April 13th.
FROM THE U.N. TO THE U.S., ZERO WASTE IS THE SOLUTION
Waste (finally) mattered in Paris
Skim through the official Paris Agreement and you won’t find the word “waste.” But in the side rooms, the street protests and the negotiations, the concept of Zero Waste emerged as a priority solution for a carbon-free future.
Mainstream U.S. Chamber embraces circular economy
In a new report, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce promotes the business case for a circular economy, showing that even mainstream business is moving away from the status quo of take-make-waste. It’s clear the future is a circular economy, and the benefits are truly triple bottom line.
COMMUNITIES SPARKING ACTION
Longmont adopts curbside composting
Longmont, Colorado unanimously approved a curbside composting program that will give residents the option to participate or not, and also creates a “pay-as-you-throw” model for trash and recycling in the city.
Hamburg, Germany bans single-use coffee pods
We all have our Zero Waste pet peeves, those disposable products that can’t be recycled and have readily available green alternatives. The new kid on the block is disposable coffee pods, and now someone has finally put their foot down.
Thanks for your support,
Eric, Kate, Marti and the Eco-Cycle Solutions team
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