Barrie, Ontario, July 4, 2011 — With recycling becoming more and more prominent in every facet of our lives, Universities & Colleges are looking to either initiate or expand their recycling programs. Busch Systems International, the leading manufacturer of recycling containers, is looking to help the cause.

With Universities and Colleges across North America starting to take measures to improve their recycling programs on campuses and in residences, Busch Systems realized that selling recycling containers was simply not enough. By providing assistance in planning, implementing and maintaining recycling programs, Busch Systems is helping address a need which will affect a school’s financial bottom line. John Greenway, Waste & Recycling Consultant at Busch Systems says “What some people tend to overlook is that upgrading a recycling program not only improves campus appearance, it is also a long term investment, as the disparity in cost between hauling one ton of waste and one ton of recycling continues to increase each year for many municipalities and waste haulers.”

Busch Systems has worked with post-secondary institutions across North America including Purdue University, Michigan State University, Youngstown State University, Georgian College and many others.

By offering consultation and planning resources, the goal is to expand and improve upon the recycling efforts students have implemented across Canada & the United States. Greenway states, “Students represent the recycling leaders of tomorrow. We want to work together to ensure they start by implementing a successful recycling program today”.


Busch Systems International, changing the way we recycle.

An industry leader for over twenty five years, Busch Systems has expanded internationally, with a product portfolio detailing upward of two hundred products. Busch Systems develops more new moulded recycling, waste and compost containers than all other manufacturers combined.

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