May Newsletter #2, 2016

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  • See who’s on the Zero Waste in Action map
  • Our Zero Waste Roadmap can be your community’s starting point
  • No recycling? Then some cities say “no party”
  • Convenient, cost-effective curbside recycling webinar
  • Chamber of commerce: “Circular economy is inevitable”
  • Product Stewardship Institute webinars

LoadingWho’s taking action? Use our map to find success stories.

Our Zero Waste in Action Map is the only interactive map tracking recycling, composting, and Zero Waste policies across the U.S. Use the map to find success stories from local communities just like yours, then share your story and help us build this library of Zero Waste actions.
See who’s on the map >

We don’t have a waste problem, we have a resource opportunity. Loading

There is no shortage of work to be done when it comes to saving our environment, and Zero Waste is one of the easiest places to start. You just need a plan, or better yet, a guide on both what to do AND how to do it.

We’ve got you covered: Our Community Zero Waste Roadmap  is your starting point to achieving Zero Waste in 10 years.
Is your community ready to take action?

LoadingNo recycling? Then no party say some cities.

Event season is here! What will this mean in your community–will this be another season of festivals full of overflowing trash cans, or will you toast to the environment instead by going for Zero Waste?

See which five cities require all public events to recycle and get tools to make any event Zero Waste >


Is convenient, cost-effective curbside recycling possible?Loading
Join our webinar with WasteCap Nebraska on Wednesday, June 8 to find out. (Spoiler alert: Yes! And it’s right for your community.) Bring your questions about recycling markets, apartment programs, plastics recycling and more! We will help you move toward convenient, comprehensive recycling everywhere in your community.
Register today >

Interested in a webinar for your community?  Contact us today >

LoadingChamber of Commerce: Circular economy is inevitable

A closed-loop economy of reuse presents an opportunity for as much as $4.5 trillion in economic growth, but how do we get there? The “Better Business, Better World” Sustainability Forum, hosted by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, unlocked scalable solutions through creative innovations and a systems-level approach.

Read 5 key takeaways from the forum >


LoadingGet in the know on product stewardship
Join our partner, Product Stewardship Institute, and their cadre of local and international experts, for these great upcoming webinars:
Get the tools you need to make take action in your community from international experts in product stewardship and producer responsibility.
Learn more and reserve your spot >

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

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