- Our upcoming workshop: Achieving Zero Waste in 10 years
- Why recycling is here to stay
- 10 reasons why Zero Waste should be your first climate action step
- Food waste ban sparks huge jump in food donations
Our upcoming workshop: Achieving Zero Waste in 10 years
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 in March for a full-day workshop.
10 reasons why Zero Waste should be your first climate action step
Zero Waste is one of the fastest, easiest climate action strategies that communities can implement today to immediately reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Why recycling is here to stay
With markets in a slump, recycling has been under attack. This response from the National Recycling Coalition will provide you with FACTS to help you respond to the criticism and prove the value of your community’s program.
Food waste ban sparks huge jump in food donations
Zero Waste isn’t just about making stuff go AWAY. It can be a solution to address social issues such as hunger. Case in point: Vermont banned food waste from the landfill statewide by 2020. As businesses start to comply, food donations are soaring and helping to feed those in need.
Four communities taking action
Washington, DC bans styrofoam containers. More >
Minneapolis, MN rolls out curbside composting for all residents. More >
Plastic bags sacked again, now in Sacramento, CA. More >
Peel, Ontario aims for Zero Waste and trashes planned incinerator because there won’t be enough waste. More >
See who else is taking action on the road to Zero Waste with our interactive map >