Barrie, Ontario, October 2nd 2018 – Colleges and Universities are invited to pilot innovative collection programs for best practice case studies.
Busch Systems is seeking colleges and universities in the US or Canada interested in piloting and documenting the impact of new collection systems to improve recycling and organics recovery. Interested schools will complete a questionnaire for one of five collection systems they are willing to implement on a pilot or broader basis. Busch Systems will provide free bins and technical support to the selected campuses to help measure changes to waste recovery, contamination levels, and labor and cost savings. The results of the pilot projects will be published as case studies to support other schools make similar improvements.
Deadline for Proposals: October 19, 2018
Apply Now: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PHJZKTW
Busch Systems wants to work with a handful of selected colleges and universities to document the impact of the following practices in real-world conditions:
Revamp existing deskside bin arrangement to offer a normal-size recycling basket with a small, hanging trash basket. The new arrangement may also include alterations to custodial collection service.
Introduce new food organics bins to the existing trash and recycling collection stations at centralized, indoor, non-dining locations.
Expectations for Campus Partner
Support from Busch Systems
For additional information contact:
Alec Cooley, email@example.com
Busch Systems International, Recycling Made Simple.
Busch Systems has been a prominent designer and retailer of recycling, waste and composting containers for over 30 years, leading the way with an innovative and continually expanding catalog. As part of their commitment to the environment, all products are 100% recyclable and proudly made in North America. Busch Systems is also the creator of the Resource Center, a ground-breaking recycling and waste collection analytics software application.
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