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Press Release | July 29, 2011

Students Teach | Zero Waste Art Exhibit


SEATTLE, WA - (July 29, 2011) - On Monday, August 1st, Seattle and Shoreline elementary students and their famlies will gather at 6:30 pm with CleanScapes and Seattle Public Utilities' Solid Waste Director, Tim Croll at the Northgate Library to kick off a month-long student art exhibit featuring zero waste ideas.

Artwork from 56 students will be on display representing your artists from John Hay, Kimball, Wing Luke, Laurelhurst, and Lowell Elementary in Seattle and Meridian Park, Echo Lake, and Lake Forest Park Elementary in Shoreline.


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tags: seattle  shoreline  waste reduction 

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Press Release | June 27, 2011

Accepting ideas for CleanScapes’ $10,000 Community Improvement Project


From now until July 31st, Shoreline residents are invited to submit ideas for a community improvement project worth $10,000. Project ideas will be reviewed by a committee of neighborhood representatives, and the winning project will be installed and maintained by CleanScapes, in coordination with the City of Shoreline.  


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tags: waste reduction rewards  shoreline  community improvement award 

In The News | March 14, 2011

Einstein Teamwork Reduces School Waste


Check out this article about how we've helped get a school involved in composting and waste reduction...

Albert Einstein Middle School, through a program they call "Use Less at Lunch" increased their recycling, created new compost for the school garden, and decreased the amount of garbage produced at the school from eight cans a day to one. In the process, they saved the school money.

Perhaps it wasn't a village, but it was definitely a team of focused and supportive members.

Marcia Garrett, a teacher already instrumental in the Edible Schoolyard project, had a suspicion that a lot of recycling was going in the garbage during school lunches and that it would be a good thing to do something about it.

Continue reading at Shorline Area News


tags: shoreline  composting  education 

In The News | November 23, 2010

Garbage trucks turn plows


Check out this article about snow removal in Shoreline...

 

It’s a garbage truck and a snow plow.

If you see it out on the streets today its actually part of a pilot project we’re told between the City of Shoreline and CleanScapes.

The modified commercial collection trucks are now helping to plow and sand roads in Shoreline. “It occurred to me that if our trucks could not get out to collect garbage on steep or difficult to reach streets, why not use them to assist our municipal customers to increase the number of plows on main arterials,” says CleanScapes’ President Chris Martin.

Continue reading at Komo News


tags: snow removal  shoreline 

In The News | October 29, 2009

Family plowing its way to zero waste


Check out this article about how we've helped this family in their waste reduction efforts...

 

A family of four has moved from the farm to an urban Puget Sound community and is now plowing its way to zero waste. When the Peterka family moved to Shoreline, they brought part of the farm with them. They ripped up the backyard lawn and planted a large garden.They built a fenced chicken coop in one corner, and worm and compost bins in the other. Then they made some sacrifices."We stopped buying groceries that came in plastic, essentially which was a big deal, not an easy task," explained Brian Peterka.

 

Continue reading at King 5 News


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