The City of Chesterfield purchased new recycle bins for their Amphitheater to increase recycling at their events.
The City of Hazelwood purchased mobile recycle bins to be used at their events throughout the year to increase recycling.
The City of University City purchased dumpsters and interior recycle bins for their Olive Blvd. Business District to increase commercial recycling.
The City of Webster Groves bought Earth Machines for interested residents that want to start composting at home.
Dressel Elementary in Lindbergh purchased rolling cabinets and shoe crates to collect clothes from students they can then donate to kids in need. As a new school opening that year, they also bought new recycle bins for their school to increase recycling.
Open Space Council purchased water bottles to be used at their yearly stream clean up event. By not buying single use plastic water bottles, they are reducing the amount of waste they generate at their event.
Operation Food Search purchased software updates for their computer systems to create long term sustainability for their food collection program.
Refab wanted to create new marketing strategies to increase awareness of what items can be donated to them and what can be sold at their store to reduce the amount of waste we send to the landfill from construction and demolition.
St. Louis HELP - purchased advertising for their annual events that collect used home medical equipment such as wheel chairs, walkers and crutches. This equipment is distributed at no cost to the uninsured and under-insured.
Total Organics purchased bins, ran an education campaign, and collected food waste curbside in a collection pilot in Maryland Heights.