Recycle on campus with Zero Waste Box

Did you know that the average college student produces more than 600 pounds of trash? Your college community can be more sustainable by using Zero Waste Boxes as a simple, all-in-one solution to recycle hard-to-recycle trash. Transform dedicated learning areas into recycling hubs for students and professors to focus their efforts on making a difference … Continue reading Recycle on campus with Zero Waste Box

8 ideas for reducing, reusing, and recycling in the classroom

As the school year begins, it’s the perfect time to set sustainable habits in your classroom. We’ve got you covered with ideas for reducing waste in the classroom—and getting your students excited about it! Get to the “why” Sorting trash into the correct bins isn’t all that exciting—until you realize that it makes you a … Continue reading 8 ideas for reducing, reusing, and recycling in the classroom

Compost Off The Eaten Path’s snack bags with TerraCycle

Enjoying the delicious Off The Eaten Path snacks? When you’re done munching on your veggie crisps, use the specially-marked commercially compostable snack bags to help plants grow! TerraCycle and Off The Eaten Path’s free composting program collects specially marked empty Off The Eaten Path snack bags to be turned into compost. Select Off The Eaten … Continue reading Compost Off The Eaten Path’s snack bags with TerraCycle

What the recycling symbol really means

Recycling can be tricky to understand, especially if you’re just getting started with your sustainability journey. Just learning about recycling may seem like a small step, but it actually makes a big difference in ensuring you’re recycling effectively! Don’t worry; we’re here to help you understand what can and can’t be recycled curbside and how … Continue reading What the recycling symbol really means