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 systems, and generating momentum for future dialogue and implementation will be held on Thursday, April 13th at The Bourbon Theatre, 1415 O Street from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Cost is $10 or $8 for WasteCap Nebraska members.  
The panelists will include:  Carrie Marshall, Building Manager for the National Arbor Day Foundation; Gene Hanlon, Recycling Coordinator for the City of Lincoln; Jeremiah Picard, Worm Czar at Big Red Worms; Nader Sepahpur, Owner of Yia Yia’s, AmuManu, and Marz Bar; Andrea Fabiano, Marketing Coordinator for The Bourbon Theatre. 
The program was made possible by a Waste Reduction & Recycling Grant from the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality and partnerships with the City of Lincoln and the Downtown Lincoln Association.
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