Eaton’s Green Team is made up of resident volunteers who continue to educate new residents about recycling and monitor all recycling efforts. Eaton Senior Communities is committed to promoting a sustainable environment.
Zero Waste Services recognize opportunities exist to improve waste diversion in communities. We are a 501(c)3 non-profit that provides turnkey services to our local and state elected officials by organizing contingencies to build consensus for solutions to regional issues. Continue Reading
Gordon Seufert, managing member of Lakewood, Colo.-based Recycled Mat-ters said that that attitude needs to be changed in order to prevent “stupid waste” from entering our landfills and truly work toward a zero-waste lifestyle. Continue Reading
Did you know electronic devices contain a variety of toxins, including arsenic, lead, beryllium and mercury within their circuitry? Simply tossing broken or unwanted electronics into the trash will crush them over time causing these dangerous toxic substances to leak into the ground and sink into the water table. This is why in 2013, Colorado banned the dumping of E-Waste in any location other than approved recycling centers. Find out more.
Executive Director of Alameda Connects, Tom Quinn gets a visit from Lakewood Sustainability Manager, Jonathan Watchel at the
Lakewood Cultural Center.
Watch and listen as Kate West from Eaton Senior Communities talks Sustainability.
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