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Mar
24

Everything You Need to Know About Paper Shredding

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Did you know, not every item containing names and addresses needs to be shredded? And that shredded paper cannot be placed in the mixed recycling cart? There are certain items that should be shredded and handled separately from standard paper recycling services. Continue reading to learn why it is better to recycle more and shre...
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Mar
12

Tips and Tricks on How to Form and Manage a Green Team

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Clark County Green Business has officially launched its green team workshop series! The first event, Forming and Managing a Green Team, welcomed three panelists who answered questions about creating values statements and setting goals. A speed networking segment of the event gave attendees a chance to meet and learn from a multitude of different bu...
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Feb
04

WasteBusters 2021 Challenge

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WasteBusters is an annual challenge hosted by Clark County Green Neighbors that motivates teams and individuals to combat excess waste over the course of three weeks. Taking place from Feb. 22 – March 15 this challenge includes three pledges to choose from upon registration: food waste reduction, paper waste reduction and textile waste reduction. S...
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Feb
02

Green Team Workshop Series

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Clark County Green Business is excited to announce the launch of a virtual Green Team Workshop Series coming this spring. Over the course of three workshops, topics will range from green team engagement, waste prevention, tracking progress and change making within your organization. We will introduce ways to strengthen virtual teams, provide resour...
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Jan
12

Bag Ban Forum Event Summary

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Clark County Green Business hosted an informational Bag Ban Forum for Businesses on Dec. 8, 2020. Shannon Jones, the Materials Management Coordinator from the Washington Department of Ecology, presented an enlightening PowerPoint slideshow reviewing the ins and outs of the bag ban law. The first phase of this five-year transition requires all retai...
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