As part of EAS+Y Earth Action Month, EAS+Y is sponsoring a FREE Care for the Earth Fair for Kids at the Montessori School of Evergreen Marshdale Campus on April 13th from 10am-3pm! Kids and families of all ages are welcome to enjoy FREE, hands-on educational activities around the 6 Rs including but not limited to: […]
We are excited to host another Hard-to-Recycle Event for the community as part of EAS+Y Earth Action Month. We will be accepting the following hard-to-recycle items on Saturday, April 27th, from 9-4pm at the Evergreen Lutheran Church in South Evergreen. We will also be hosting Evergreen’s first Zero Waste Refill Pop-up Store, where you can […]
Instead of just one Earth Day celebration which takes place one day out of the year, we’re taking our awareness and putting it into ACTION with a month-long calendar of events in April. Here’s what we have lined up!* Mountain Garden Kickoff & Seed Swap – Saturday, April 6th, 1-4pm, Buchanan Rec Center – Come join […]
Thanks to everyone who came out to show their interest in Zero Waste! We learned so much from Laurie Johnson, Executive Director at the Colorado Association for Recycling, Scott Pexton from A-1 Organics, and Randy Moorman from Eco-Cycle about the state of recycling, composting, and waste streams in Colorado. Thank you all for coming! We also want […]
EAS+Y and EDS Waste Solutions launched Evergreen’s first Community-Wide Composting Pilot Program on November 1, 2018. The program, slated to run until February 1, 2018, allows community members to drop their compostable kitchen scraps (including meat) off during designated hours behind King Soopers in Evergreen for $19/month. This is a pilot program, during which time EAS+Y […]
By Lindsay Anderson, Sustainability Coordinator This summer, our Zero Waste Heroes spent countless hours volunteering their time and energy to help divert over 300lbs of waste from landfills into compost and recycling during events like The Triple Bypass and Boogie at the Barn. But perhaps more importantly, our Zero Waste Heroes helped to educate folks. […]
The EAS+Y Guide To Hard-to-Recycle Stuff was developed for you to easily find places that accept an array of commonly hard-to-recycle items. In order to visually see where to drop off your hard-to-recycle items, first, click on the map. Then, use the search bar on top to type in the item you wish to recycle.