Make steps towards a zero-waste Cambridge

Zero waste is an ambitious, long-term goal, but we can start by banning key non-recyclable materials such as styrofoam, improve education about recycling, and increase opportunities for urban composting (or at least public compost collection).


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  • commented 2014-03-24 10:40:06 -0700
    This is a great idea — thank you, Josh. And it reminds me of recent news from the City of Boston, where the Zero Waste Task Force is calling on the city to move forward with a set of recommendations that will create jobs while putting the Hub on the path to zero waste. For anyone interested in this, there’s more here: http://www.toxicsaction.org/news/tac/task-force-calls-zero-waste-key-good-jobs-green-economy
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