Helping to make your world a greener place

  • Bare® by Solo®

    Compostable packaging

  • BioTuf® by Heritage

    Compostable and biodegradable plastic bags

  • Duro Bag®by Dubl Life® & Ultra-PostTM

    Compostable & recyclable paper & plastic bags

  • Ecolab®

    Low energy/water savingwarewash & laundry programs

  • Genpak®

    Biodegradable & compostable foodservice ware

  • Hoffmaster®

    Compostable & recyclable packaging

  • Windsor®Kärcher Cleaning Equipment

    Environmentally friendly processes & products

  • Natur Ware®

    Bio-based Compostable Cutlery

  • Pathfinder Chemicals

    Ecologo & environmentally responsiblemaintenance solutions

  • Sabert®

    Compostable & recyclable packaging

Start Your Recycling Program

Begin with the cardboard.
Start with items you can easily separate and recycle, such as cardboard, which can take up about 25% of your dumpster.

Perform a waste audit.
You can’t manage what you don’t measure, so know your trash.  Download a free self-audit form or hire someone to do it for you.

Renegotiate your trash pickup.
Call your trash hauler and renegotiate your waste hauling service and bin size. You’ll need a smaller bin or less frequent service as you create less trash.

Appoint a champion and train your team. 
Recruit an enthusiastic employee to lead the charge for recycling and train other team members. Make sure everyone understands the new procedures, and offer rewards for good execution after three or six months.

Log your savings and revisit your efforts. 
Now that you have a successful program, consider expanding it to single-stream recycling.

How You Can Help

Acceptable Items for Most Recycling Haulers
  • Plastics (#1 or #2 plastic — these are primarily clear or white milk containers, soda and/or detergent bottles)
  • Paper (newspaper, magazines, computer and fax paper)
  • Glass (includes all clear, brown, or green glass jars and bottles)
  • Metals (tin, steel, and aluminum cans)

Check with your local municipality!

Benefits of Recycling
  • Reduces the amount of waste sent to landfills and combustion facilities.
  • Saves energy.
  • Conserves the Earth’s resources by re-using material.
  • Reduces greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to global climate change.
  • Helps sustain the environment for future generations.
Food Waste Recycling for Businesses

A local, viable and effective way to reduce food waste sent to landfills and save businesses money by decreasing trash disposal fees is to divert food waste to area pig farms.

Local pig farms that will accept food waste:

Coastal Farms
Mays Landing, NJ

Kraly Farms (Also accepts cooking oil)
Galloway Township, NJ