Shared Hauling = Shared Impacts Green Team Roundtable

WasteCap Nebraska has successfully assisted six downtown Lincoln businesses on two different blocks in developing shared waste and recycling programs. Combined, the shared recycling programs will increase recycling by 29 cubic yards per week and save the businesses $338.31 total per month.   A luncheon celebrating the successes and challenges of the shared waste hauling … Read More //

Join Big Red Worms for Their Product Launch and Open House

Want to see what Big Red Worms does? Need to get the garden boosted for the season? Jeremiah Picard, the well known Worm Czar of the Midwest, is hosting an open house and product launch on Saturday, April 15th at 3211 NW 39th Street from 9 am – 4 pm. For more information visit: … Read More //

Cross Electronics Free Recycling Events!

Cross Electronics is bringing to you once again more free* electronics recycling days! Bring all your unwanted electronics working or not to be recycled. Everything with a battery or a cord is accepted for disposal or recycling. *Although just about everything is free to recycle, Cross Electronics has a fee to recycle old tube televisions. … Read More //

Free Webinar | Battery Take-Back: A Sustainable Solution

The demand for both single-use and rechargeable batteries has significantly increased over the last decade as the use of mobile products trends upward. However, when not properly disposed, household batteries represent a serious threat to the environment and public health, as well as a significant waste of recyclable materials. Proper management is especially an issue … Read More //

Scrap metal drive to benefit LPS recycling program

Lincoln and Lancaster County residents are encouraged to recycle their scrap metal and donate all or a portion of the proceeds to benefit the Lincoln Public Schools (LPS) recycling program.  Aluminum cans and scrap metal can be taken to Alter Metal Recycling, 6100 N. 70th St., and Sadoff Iron and Metal Recycling Company, 4400 West … Read More //

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Our Mission: Eliminating waste in Nebraska through innovation, education and policy change.