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Here’s what you can do to avoid starting a fire in a trash cart or in the back of a Waste Managment truck.
Waste Management shares some ideas to help you reduce your impact on the environment.
Waste Managment recommends sustainable ways to tidy up after a year of working and schooling from home.
When you’re ready to toss it, how do you know where it goes? Recycle, compost or trash? Here are a few tips.
‘Tis the season for sustainability: Waste Management has recommendations, from the feast to the decorations.
Waste Management offers recycling strategies to Snohomish County businesses during the pandemic.
Here’s how to help Waste Management’s Snohomish County reduce waste during the COVID times.
Waste Management gives some simple tips for an easy, safe and more productive clean-up.
Send sweet thoughts to that special someone who helps keep the community clean, green and safe.
How’s this one? When you go out, bring your reusable shopping bag, water bottle, coffee cup and straw.
There are a few things you can do to reduce waste from gifts, potlucks and decorations this season.
U.S. Air Force veteran Erin Wakefield serves as Waste Management’s dispatch manager in Everett.
If your garden is overflowing, check out these tips for using all those fresh fruits and veggies.
Summer has finally arrived in Snohomish County. The sun is shining, gardens are thriving and the neighborhood pool is overflowing with children and their gleeful… Continue reading
Our recyclables are contaminated with garbage, food and other non-recyclables. We can do better.
Check this sustainability list for ways to make outdoor dining environmentally friendly.
These small actions are a big step toward making a green lifestyle more attainable.
The peer-to-peer exchange of goods and services builds community and benefits the environment.
Do your part by adopting four simple habits at home, school and work.