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Disposable face masks, gloves, and wipes should all go in the garbage. But cardboard boxes and some types of empty plastic containers can be recycled.
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Plastic bags, rope, cords and clothing all wreak havoc at the recycling facility.
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Set up free bike racks and promote your bike friendly offerings.
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It's easier than ever to collect deposit bottles to support a cause you care about.
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Find out which plastics can go in your recycling bin, and which can’t.
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Whether you lease or own your space, there are lots of things you can do at your office to reduce energy use.
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Frame your sustainability initiatives in terms decision makers care about.
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Reduce waste and save money by switching from single-use items to bulk.
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Save money and water by fixing leaky toilets or upgrading to a water-efficient one.
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Recycling right is more important than recycling more.
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Cut down on paper waste by using dry erase alternatives.
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Asking for a trial run of a new sustainability initiative can help you get permission to roll it out company-wide.
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Home-based businesses can take advantage of residential energy and water saving programs.