THREE STEPS TO
CREATING A SUCCESSFUL RECYCLING PROGRAM
STEP 1: ORDER LABELS
STEP 2: ORDER BINS
STEP 3: DOWNLOAD TOOLS
1. CHOOSE STANDARDIZED LABELS TO MEET YOUR SORTING NEEDS
Before ordering your bins, it is imperative that you check with your recycling hauler and local materials recovery facility to ensure what can and cannot be accepted in your recycling bins. The standardized labels depict the most common items visitors and guests will need to dispose of. Keeping the labels clean and simple reduces confusion at the bin and keeps your recycling stream as clean as possible.
Explore your options using the slide below:
2. CHOOSE THE CLEANRIVER BINS FOR YOUR LOCATION
When determining the best bin for your program keep in mind location, items sold nearby, capacity and visitor and employee flow. Make note of the name of the bins you'd like to purchase and
what sorting needs your program has when looking through your bin options using the slide below.
Once you're ready to order, please contact Victoria Genge-Narain to place an order
via phone 905-717-4994 or email email@example.com.
3. DOWNLOADABLE TOOLS
Download communication tools to teach staff and employees about your new recycling program. The success of any standardized recycling program is guaranteed when your staff and employees are knowledgeable about recycling do's and don'ts and motivated to spread a positive and informative recycling culture. Your employees and staff will feel empowered to recycle right when given the tools they need to succeed!
Why join the standardized label solution?
Confusing labels on recycling bins is causing the recycling industry to collapse. Read more.
Problem: Confusion at the recycling bin equals garbage.
standardized labels for recycling bins.
Standardized labels on recycling bins are the #1 solution for the environment today because they make it easier for people to begin to recycle right. Recycling is the most important action society can do to simultaneously help the environment, the economy, manfuacturing and to prevent waste from going into oceans -- but recycling doesn't work if society is confused at the bin. The standardized labels are proven to help increase recycling levels 50-100% and significantly decrease the costly garbage thrown in recycling bins.
It's that simple.