Local Business Initiatives
We recognize local organizations who go above and beyond. Find sustainable, creative and hard-working businesses who strive to keep our cities beautiful.
Downtown Streets Team is combatting litter and homelessness in San Jose. Learn more about their unique litter cleanup program and more prevention tips.
Learn how one waste-to-energy plant is surpassing expectations to prove that this process can positively impact both a city’s sustainability and economy.
Alliance for Chesapeake Bay pushes companies to see their effect on the watershed and implement green practices into their business model.
Want to cut food waste? Find out how a curbside collection program in your city can help reduce methane emissions by keeping organic waste out of landfills.
Learn how Mary Priddy and the Austin Green Business Leader Program help businesses big and small keep waste from landfills.
Looking for the right company to trust with your home remodeling project? Start with our list of the 4 best contractors in Cleveland. Each has proven expertise and a trustworthy reputation so you know the job will get done right.
The St. Edward High School Trash Talkers are excited to announce that Dumpsters.com has become the group’s title sponsor for the 2018 season.
Crayons to computers brings more than crayons to Cincinnati classrooms. Learn where why and how to donate school supplies to help kids in need while saving useful materials from the landfill.
Trips for Kids Charlotte is recycling bikes to support the community through their Re-Cyclery, providing an essential transportation service to residents.
See how UC students work to beautify over 25 Cincinnati neighborhoods with their Clean Up Cincy program.
An eco-friendly food rescue program in Boulder has saved about 2.4 million pounds of food waste from local restaurants by donating it to families in need.
The Rice Rivers Center is using dumpsters to collect waste oyster shells to fuel its oyster shell recycling program, rebuilding reefs and protecting the bay.