Walgreens is leading the fight against prescription drug abuse with new programs to help curb the misuse of medications and reduce the rise in overdose deaths. In the first ongoing national effort by a retailer, Walgreens has installed safe medication disposal kiosks in over 600 pharmacies across 45 states. Walgreens kiosks provide aRead more
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The first day of fall arrives this week. It will soon be time for cooler air, drifting leaves, football games, and sweaters! But the smell of burning leaves? No, it is never time for that! Leaf burning releases harmful pollutants into the air. In fact,Read more
Reducing and reusing come first, but sometimes you have to shop. So how exactly would a recycler shop? By buying products that contain recycled materials, of course! Fortunately, shopping for goods that are made from recycled paper, plastic, metal, or glass is easy. These “recycledRead more
As part of SWANA’s WASTECON in Nashville, TN, Eco Partners Vice President Gary Roe joined a tour of Nashville’s honky tonks to see their glass recycling program in action. Here’s what he learned. On Monday afternoon, a bus full of WASTECON attendees left the friendlyRead more
Eco Partners is excited to announce that our president, Elizabeth Roe, was recognized at WASTECON with a SWANA Professional Achievement Award. Elizabeth serves as a Young Professional Mentor and was nominated by her mentee, Catelyn Scholwinski. Here’s Catelyn’s nomination letter. Dedicated ambassador. That’s what comesRead more
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