How to survive the China Ban: Potential solutions

Posted by Tyler Munro on Thursday, November 15, 2018 12:06 PM

In our last article on surviving the China Ban, we identified the biggest recycling issue facing communities across the country: contamination.

This week, let’s look at ways you can confront contamination head on, whether it’s implementing recycling communication tools that can help your community right now, promoting organizations that can complement your efforts in the community, or exposing your residents to third-party sources of recycling information to keep them informed.

So here it is, everything you need to know.

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Topics: China Ban, National Sword Ban, contamination

Make your program better with 'What goes where?'

Posted by Tyler Munro on Wednesday, August 22, 2018 8:30 AM

The best weapon against contamination is recycling knowledge. When residents know what is and isn’t recyclable in your community, they make smarter disposal decisions, which directly benefits your solid waste program. 

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Topics: Community Outreach, Resident Outreach, Recycle Coach Technology, What goes where?, contamination

How Digital Assistants Help People with Disabilities

Posted by Julie Huang on Friday, March 2, 2018 8:00 AM

Technology Brings Independence
You may think of digital assistants as a convenience or novelty, but they can mean much more than that to a good portion of your residents. To the 1-in-5 people in North America with a disability, digital assistants are an equalizer.

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Topics: digital assistants, North America, United States, Canada, For Municipalities in the USA, For Municipalities in Canada, Alexa, Google, Recycling Education, compliance, contamination, accessible information, voice search, Google Home, Older Populations, Recycle Coach Technology

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