East End Market (EEM) is one of Orlando’s poster-children for sustainability, where people go to support local independent businesses and their products. It’s one of my favorite hangouts, and frequently has pop-ups featuring local artists and artisanal delicacies that are on the cutting edge of what’s hip. When given the choice to select a location … More Recap: Conducting a Waste Audit at East End Market Orlando
I will be presenting at East End Market on March 6th, 2019 with Jessica Wright, from ecoPreserve, on how businesses and organizations can optimize their waste management and reduce their trash. I hope you’re there to see two of Orlando’s solid waste consultants break it down!
For a city over the 500,000-population threshold in the United States, Portland is considered a leader in sustainability. It boasts a Recovery Rate around 60%, a residential Recycling Rate of 63%, and commercial Recycling Rate of 71%. Portland was under a dual stream program up until 2008, but has since switched to single stream with … More The City of Portland – Bruce Walker