Welcome to the first edition of the quarterly Midwest Recyclers Digest! To begin this newsletter, I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself, Donna Hovey, as the new Regional Manager for the Midwest. I have been with Busch Systems for over a year and I am excited to be working with you fine folks in the Midwest. Also here to take care of you is Holly Coady, Customer Service Representative – who has also now been with Busch Systems for 1 year. We are a dynamic duo, here to make sure your needs are being met and your experience with Busch Systems is a pleasant one.
I don’t want you to miss out on any of our monthly promotions – so please be sure to check out our promotions page regularly. Here is the link to add to your favorites:
There are more than 390 Colleges and Universities in IL, IN, IA, MO, KS, WI, MN, ND & SD of those only 70 are currently participating in the RecycleMania Challenge. That’s 17.95% of the total registration; are you one of them? RecycleMania is a friendly competition among college and university recycling programs in North America. During an 8 week period each spring, schools compete to reduce waste, increase recycling and raise awareness of conservation issues across campus. To learn more please visit http://www.recyclemania.org
We are currently holding a contest for colleges and universities in North America, which runs until February 27th. Our ‘Like the Logo Contest’ will be hosted on Facebook, where colleges and universities across North America can upload their campus recycling logo for a chance to win $5,000.00 worth of recycling containers. The three logos with the most votes will be entered into a random draw for the grand prize! Many colleges and universities already have web pages (complete with recycling logos) dedicated to promoting their campus recycling program. For those who do not, what a great opportunity to create a logo and raise awareness! www.facebook.com/BuschSystems
LOOK WHAT YOUR NEIGHBOR DID!
Steve Kellepouris, Principal at Savannah High School in Savannah, MO was looking to increase the cans and bottles recycling initiative. He was interested in the Big Bottle Recycler and using their school logo, we helped create a great-looking bottle that shows true school spirit! Just an example of the many options available for product customization.
Savannah High School branded their recycling program and you can too! Busch Systems is renowned for customizing recycling containers to be tailor-made for any recycling program.
Call us and see how you can customize your recycling program and get your “green” message out to the world!
Use your recycling containers to show school spirit, convey a message or represent your business’ brand today! Recycling has never been so fun!
Recycling programs are becoming more and more popular across the Midwest. Luckily, it’s easy being green! This article shows how your recycling program can be made simple and effective:
We use these words often in our industry, but do you really know what their true meaning is? You may be surprised!
COMPOST = A mixture of decaying organic matter, as from leaves and manure, used to improve soil structure and provide nutrients.
Did you know…composting alone, diverts millions of tons of waste from landfills every year!
SUSTAINABILITY = The quality of not being harmful to the environment or depleting natural resources, and thereby supporting long-term ecological balance.
Did you know…recycling one aluminum can saves enough energy to watch TV for 3 hours – it’s equivalent to half a gallon of gasoline!
Time to hear from YOU!
Do you have a question you would like answered about our containers or recycling programs? Please email me directly and I will be happy to reply with an answer – I will then feature your question and my answer in the next issue of the Midwest Recyclers Digest.
Have you come across an interesting article or fact that you would like to share? Send it my way and I would be happy to include it in upcoming editions.
Is there a product idea or modification you have in mind? I would love to hear all about it!
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