WasteCap Nebraska Cordially Invites You To A Special GREEN Event for Owners and Managers of Lincoln’s Restaurants and Bars! HopCat Tour 601 P Street Monday, June 27th 3:00 – 5:00 pm Come see how Lincoln’s newest Brew Pub makes SUSTAINABILITY part of their everyday business by: * Composting food waste * Using compostable products * Conserving and tracking … Read More //
2016 Annual Awards Luncheon & Workshops will be held Friday, October 7th, from 8 am – 1 pm, at The Country Club of Lincoln. Each year, WasteCap Nebraska honors high-achieving businesses and communities for their contributions to Nebraska’s Good Life through superior environmental and social performance. Join us to honor the 2016 Sustainable Business Award … Read More //
Wed., July 13: Training and Leadership Critical Components to a Successful Zero Waste Program: 11:30 am – 12:30 pm CST A system is only as good as its user! During this webinar, we demonstrate the importance of training staff for Zero Waste in any organization.Well-rounded Zero Waste training is often the key to successful diversion and source separation. Take … Read More //
WasteCap Nebraska is working on a Pilot Project, funded by the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality, to identify ways to help downtown Lincoln businesses increase their recycling. Working in collaboration with the Downtown Lincoln Association we have identified three blocks that that have a high number of bars and restaurants, which tend to generate larger … Read More //
Will Sagar, Executive Director with the Southeast Recycling Development Council, will be our inspiring keynote speaker this year, Friday, October 7th. SERDC’s mission is to unite industry, government, and non-government organizations to promote sustainable recycling in the Southeast. Efforts include a specific focus upon the economic impact of the recycling industry. He works from his … Read More //
Wasting directly impacts climate change because it is directly linked to global resource extraction, transportation, processing and manufacturing. When we minimize waste, we can reduce greenhouse gas emissions in sectors that together represent 36.7% of all U.S. greenhouse gas emission WasteCap Nebraska’s mission is to eliminate waste in Nebraska. WasteCap Nebraska advances sustainable practices … Read More //
Interested in being a volunteer at WasteCap Nebraska? WasteCap is looking for multiple volunteer positions including: data management, website development, football parking, waste assessments and reporting, research, outreach calling and social media management. Contact Heather Creevan at 402-436-2384 x 1002 or email [email protected] … Read More //
Lancaster Event Center is celebrating its 15th year of hosting the annual county Super Fair and now over 270 events per year. The Lancaster Event Center is the Midwest’s premier multi-use facility. … Read More //
Congratulations to Union Bank & Trust! The Web Marketing Association recently awarded UBT go “Best Bank Website” in its 2016 Internet Advertising Competition Awards! … Read More //
Congratulations to Nebraska Recycles, which handles electronic waste and hard drive destruction, sees gains with abut 80% of its business coming from large companies and the rest from residential. Over 99 percent of the services are provided at no charge! Owner Jack Doerr said revenues come from parts from electronics, especially computers. For more information … Read More //
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