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The City of Winter Park

adopts the standardized labels!

This forward thinking city in Orlando, Florida became the first in the U.S. to adopt the standardized label solution on their residential carts. After using the labels, the City of Winter Park noticed a 26% increase in their recycling levels! Adopting the standardized labels for your city is an easy plug and play procedure. Click here to read our toolkit for cities to see how your city can join the society-wide standardized label solution and utilize the ever-growing let's recycle right! national celebrity led PSA campaign.

Displaying society-wide standardized labels on recycling bins has proved to increase recycling levels 50 percent to 100 percent and dramatically decreases the amount of ‘garbage’ that has historically been thrown into recycling bins as a result of public confusion. The Recycle Across America society-wide standardized labels are being used at Orlando International Airport, Whole Foods Market stores in Orlando, and in the City of Winter Park!

Society-wide and national standardized labels on recycling bins and the celebrity "Let's recycle right!" PSA campaign throughout your city,
makes it easy for people to recycle more and recycle right and it helps your city have a more viable and successful recycling program!

Why join the standardized label solution?

Problem: Confusion at the recycling bin equals garbage.

Confusing labels on recycling bins is causing the recycling industry to collapse.  Read more.

Solution: Society-wide
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, manufacturing 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 50-400% and significantly decrease the costly garbage thrown in recycling bins.  

It's that simple.