City of Carlsbad, CA Proclamation Looking to spread the word about your America Recycles Day event?  Check out the America Recycles Day Media Training webinar for tips on how to reach out and engage your local media. Two knowledgeable guest speakers share their marketing experience specifically in promoting America Recycles Day.  Mike Rosen, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Communications for Keep America Beautiful, provides an overview on how to develop a communications plan and
  Are you receiving unwanted catalogues, flyers, credit card offers, and other advertisements in your mailbox?  Follow the simple tips below to reduce unwanted mail delivered to you, and to recycle mail that you receive. Reduce Unwanted Mail: ‘Opt-out’ of mailing lists.  Contact companies directly and let them know that you want your name removed from their list. You can also sign up to reduce unwanted mail here. When possible, choose the option to receive
Back-to-school season is around the corner!  Looking to reduce your environmental footprint in the classroom this school year? Start off on the right foot and consider these simple tips to reduce, reuse, recycle and buy recycled school supplies. Reduce: Look to purchase school supplies with less packaging to cut down on waste.  Consider investing in sturdier products as well that can ensure years of use. Reuse: Take inventory of the supplies you already have at home before going
How I Recycle Each Day 6:30 am: My alarm rings from across the room, and I rise excitedly to start a new day at my internship of two summers in my favorite city of all, Washington DC. In my apartment, I have purposely placed my trash bin and recycling bin on separate sides of my kitchen, and have even labeled them so there is no confusion among my roommates who, before this summer never truly
Looking for a fun and interactive activity for America Recycles Day? Check out the Keep America Beautiful Ready, Set, Sort game to engage and educate participants on what can and cannot be recycled in their community.  This game can be adapted for schools, local businesses, community events, and office settings. The game is simple.  The first step is doing some background research on what can be recycled in your community so you can be sure you are