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No butts: Outer Balboa neighborhood cleanup on Saturday targeting cigarette litter

This Saturday, the Balboa Village Merchants Association is hosting a neighborhood cleanup along Balboa Street from 32nd through 38th Ave. The event, titled “Balboa Village Cigarette Butt Cleanup“, targets the littering of cigarette butts along the corridor. To participate in Saturday’s Balboa … Continue Reading

Richmond District Blog · Mar 9, 2017

Ironman Earns Certification from The Council For Responsible Sport

Since 2008, the Council for Responsible Sport has certified over 100 sporting events within four levels. Ironman, a Wanda Sports Holding Co., and The Council for Responsible Sport announced today that, in collaboration with Waste Management, Ironman has earned the … Continue Reading

Waste360 · Mar 9, 2017

FOURTEENTH AVENUE SCHOOL WILL SOON ENJOY A NEW PLAYGROUND MADE FROM STUDENT-RECYCLED PRODUCTS

A new playground will soon come to Fourteenth Avenue School in Newark, and it will be made entirely of recycled products, some of which were sourced from the students’ own recycling efforts.   In an announcement event earlier this week, … Continue Reading

Brick City Live · Mar 9, 2017

IRONMAN Boulder earns Evergreen certification from Council for Responsible Sport

IRONMAN and the Council for Responsible Sport have announced that, in collaboration with Waste Management (NYSE:WM), IRONMAN has earned the highest possible level of certification — Evergreen — ‘recognizing the successful implementation of socially and environmentally responsible practices at the … Continue Reading

Triathlon Business · Mar 8, 2017

Ironman Boulder Awarded For Its Sustainability Efforts

Thanks to its successful efforts to implement socially and environmentally responsible practices around race day in 2016, Ironman Boulder has earned the highest level certification, Evergreen, from the Council for Responsible Sport. Events are evaluated across five categories: planning and … Continue Reading

Triathlete.com · Mar 8, 2017

Garnier, DoSomething.org Aim to Divert 10M Personal Care Empties from Landfill with New Campaign

Nearly half of Americans do not recycle their beauty and personal care products, accounting for a significant amount of landfill waste. Garnier and DoSomething.org are hoping to change that with their new  Rinse, Recycle, Repeat campaign and college campus competition, … Continue Reading

Sustainable Brands · Mar 8, 2017

Ironman Boulder Awarded For Its Sustainability Efforts

Thanks to its successful efforts to implement socially and environmentally responsible practices around race day in 2016, Ironman Boulder has earned the highest level certification, Evergreen, from the Council for Responsible Sport. Events are evaluated across five categories: planning and … Continue Reading

Triathlete.com · Mar 8, 2017

IRONMAN Boulder earns Evergreen certification from Council for Responsible Sport

IRONMAN and the Council for Responsible Sport have announced that, in collaboration with Waste Management (NYSE:WM), IRONMAN has earned the highest possible level of certification — Evergreen — ‘recognizing the successful implementation of socially and environmentally responsible practices at the … Continue Reading

Triathlon Business · Mar 8, 2017

Raw organic juice at the touch of a button with no prep and no mess… Juicero heads to Whole Foods

Mess-free countertop juicer brand Juicero has seen a five-fold increase in consumer adoption after dropping its price tag from $699 to $399, and is now working on a second iteration that will have a “more attractive” price point, says CEO … Continue Reading

Food Navigator · Mar 8, 2017

Don’t throw away your old toothbrush–donate it

Students at UC Blue Ash are collecting used dental hygiene materials to help patients who can’t afford dental work Students in Blue Ash want your old toothbrush. Yes, you read that right. UC Blue Ash College’s dental hygiene program is … Continue Reading

WLWT.com · Mar 7, 2017