Circular Cleveland is an initiative to rethink our local economy, who it benefits and who it costs. It’s an effort to design waste and pollution out of our economic system, keep products and materials in use as long as possible, protect and regenerate nature, and create new, green jobs where they’re needed most.
We can’t recycle our way out of the problem, but it’s a good start. Meet the guy who’s leading Cleveland’s recycling renaissance.
The City of Cleveland celebrated Earth Day by announcing Rumpke as the new recycling partner.
Who’s Rumpke, anyhow? Read about this Ohio-based company’s waste and recycling services, and how they work to make sure your recycling efforts don’t go to waste.
Everything you need to know about Wishcycling, and why it’s bad for the environment.
Rust Belt Riders invite you to feed people, not landfills.
Learn about Thriving Communities and tree steward training.
Check out projects across the city funded in the first round of the Circular Cleveland initiative.
Don’t replace, repair! Windows
Who do you connect with the circular economy in Collinwood? Share to firstname.lastname@example.org.