ZERO WASTE THROUGH COMPOSTING
Household composting is a great way to reduce your trash by up to 40% before recycling. Learn why and how, here:
Moving Towards Zero Waste
THE ZERO WASTE CHALLENGE
Bob and Camille with their 4 pounds of trash (in front) and 86 pounds of recyclables from April. Shaun Stenshol, Zero Waste Challenge winner with his tiny, one-pound bag of trash in front and 99 pounds of recyclables.
Bob and Camille had been participating in a Zero Waste Challenge instigated by Shaun
Stenshol, president of Maui Recycling Service. “We had been talking about a ‘Plastic Free Month’ and I thought,
‘Why not take it a step further and aim for a Waste-Free month?” Shaun explained. Both households were already composting all their
food waste and recycling most of their other trash.
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Read the whole story on this page:The Zero Waste Challenge.
Maui Recycling Group's Recycling Letters to the Editor
2002 - 2004
In 2002, Camille joined the board of directors of Maui Recycling Group and helped launch a letter writing campaign to raise public awareness about recycling
Read the letters here.