Beyond The Bin:  December  2017

   

The end of the year is just around the corner and as we ring in 2018 it's the perfect time to make resolutions and set new goals for you and your organization. We encourage you to ask yourself: What are your waste diversion goals for 2018? How can you inspire friends, family & employees to properly separate their waste? What steps will you take to be more sustainable this year than the last?

In this edition of Beyond The Bin, Zero-Waste Influencer @zerowastetrish shares her tips on how to reduce your waste over the holiday season and will hopefully inspire you to re-examine any wasteful habits in the new year.

Recycling is smart, but can sometimes feel complicated :( Check out CleanRiver's Dirty Dozen: 12 Items that you think are recyclable but really aren't!

Seasons Greeting from all of us, we hope you enjoy the holidays.

The CleanRiver Team

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This time of year is so busy that it's easy to let your environmental principles slide, but our guest blogger Zero-waste Influencer Trish Jane shares some simple tips on how to reduce the amount of waste you and your family creates this holiday season.  

Putting items in the recycling bin that are not actually recyclable is even worse for the environment.  One misplaced item in the blue bin can potentially taint the whole bin sending it all straight to landfill.  So ditch the guessing game and use CleanRiver's Dirty Dozen to help you know what actually can be recycled.


The holidays are a joyous time but most of us produce a lot of excess waste and use up a lot of resources and energy. Make the season more Green by applying some of CleanRiver's helpful tips. We may not be video professionals but we know sustainability. BLOOPERS INCLUDED :)

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