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 From our January Newsletter:
8 Tips for Reducing Food Waste in 2018
 

Save the Date!  

January 27:
Fix-It Clinic at the Patagonia Outlet in Salt Lake City
More details coming soon!

February 6:
Lunch & Learn 
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Salt Lake County Government Center
More details coming soon!

March 1 & 2:
Intermountain Sustainability Summit
at Weber State in Ogden, Utah

ICYMI:

Thanks to all who joined us at our recent Fix-It Clinic! Check out the press coverage!
KSL
Dessert News
ABC 4 Utah

Learn more about our 2017 Zero Waste Award winners:

Utah Pride Festival

Clever Octopus

Blended Table

Harmon's Emigration Market 

Film:
Minimalism

 

URA Events - Zero Waste Awards

Congratulations to our 2016 award winners!

Posted 3/13/2017

Zero Waste or Pretty Darn Close Award:
Dominion-Questar Corporation

Dominion-QuestarDominion-Questar

 

Zero to Zero Award:
The Chocolate Conspiracy

The Chocolate ConspiracyThe Chocolate Conspiracy

 

Innovative Path to Zero Award:
Sunrise Cyclery

Sunrise CyclerySunrise Cyclery

 

Honorable Mention Award:
Walden School of Liberal Arts

Walden School of Liberal ArtsWalden School of Liberal Arts

 

 

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6th Annual Zero Waste Awards

5th Annual Zero Waste Awards

Posted 10/9/2015

 

NOMINATIONS FOR THE ZERO WASTE AWARDS ARE OPEN!

Are you part of a company that cares about waste reduction!?!?  If so, please nominate your business/organization for the Zero Waste Awards.  Nominations are due October 29th!  

Which award suites your organization best???

 Zero Waste or Pretty Darn Close: Your organization or business has achieved a 90% or more diversion rate. Please provide clear documentation.

 Zero to Zero: Your organization or business has made the most progress over the last year in reducing waste. For example, if you had no recycling program in place and have since started an exemplary recycling program, this award could be for you. Provide us the details about your new program or project and what you have achieved. (We don’t expect you to be at Zero Waste but moving in that direction.)

Innovative Path to Zero: The organization or business which is actively moving towards zero waste, and has taken an innovative approach in repurposing materials, or has uncovered unique end-users for a particular waste stream.

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