6 Secrets to Turn Non-Recycling Residents into Active Recyclers

Only half (51%) of the American population recycles every day, while a third (36%) recycles occasionally. Unfortunately, the rest (13%) do not recycle at all, according to Ipsos Public Affairs. While 13% may not seem like a large number, when that translates into approximately 42,000,000

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4 Step Guide to Reducing Waste at Outdoor Events

Plan ahead to reduce outdoor-event waste. Outdoor events can bring a lot of positive experiences. However, when hundreds to thousands of people are gathered in one place for an event, the consequential waste produced is not so positive. To add to the challenge, most outdoor events

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Are You Meeting Your Residents’ Mobile Expectations for Trash and Recycling?

On average, online users in the US currently spend over 5 hours each day on their mobile devices (that’s pretty much half a day!). Along with a surge in the time spent on mobile devices, 83% of users are also expecting a user-friendly experience across

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Improving Waste Management Communication for County Administrators

If you manage waste management services at the county level, you’re probably painfully aware that most people think waste management and recycling are a local concern. Garbage is picked up at the curb and delivered to a landfill or processing facility nearby. Recycling is something

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5 Steps for Last-Minute Earth Day Planning for Recycling Coordinators

Over 1 billion people from municipalities in over 192 countries around participate in Earth Day every year! With this year’s Earth Day right around the corner, it’s the perfect opportunity to engage residents to protect their environment. Whether you’re already hard at work with your

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