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Type: Web site
Summary: This waste reduction website from Wisconsin highlights events and efforts from their state and identifies national resources as well as creative events and programs that could be modified for local use.
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Clear Stream by Resourceful
Type: Recycled Products
Summary: Clear bags for special event recycling and trash management tend to encourage greater success with recycling at events.
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Crafting Aluminum Art and Foiling Around
Type: Classroom Games and Activities - Holiday - Recycled Products - School Projects
Summary: Use aluminum cans to create aluminum wreaths and centerpieces. Free patterns are provided. A waste-free E-book is also sold and it appears to be chock full of creative projects including holiday crafts, baskets and boxes, wall hangings and more. Links to ot...
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Developing Trash-Free Special Events
Type: School Projects
Summary: This is a nuts and bolts planning guide for communities and for event planners. This 76-page pdf includes reasons for recycling at events, recognition of the challenges associated with special event recycling as well as getting started, involving community an...
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Event Planner's Guide to Waste Reduction, The
Type: Article/Report - Checklist - Web site
Summary: A 4-page pdf is provided as a simple guideline for planning events and reducing event-generated waste. Checklist, vendor tips, coordinating recycling are included in this information.
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Trash-Free Festival for the Eno
Type: School Projects - Web site
Summary: This festival has been celebrated since 1979 and has promoted environmental awareness and stewardship. In 1992 the Association made a commitment to reduce landfill-bound waste and began offering a trash-fress festival. This is an example of doing what we say...
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