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Vermont business expands national recycling programs

first_imgBrattleboro based business, Recycle Away has increased recycling at over200 corporations, universities and municipalities in the past 18 months.Recycle Away (www.recycleaway.com(link is external)) assists corporations such as Google,Hewlett Packard, Quaker Oats and Kellogg in ordering specialty containersfor corporate-wide recycling programs. Champlain College in Burlington VTrecently purchased several systems designed to serve a newly constructedLEED Certified student center. In October 2010 the State University of NYMedical Center dispersed hundreds of Recycle Away containers around campusand hospital floors.Municipalities around the country are stepping up recycling efforts onmain streets and city parks. Skagit County, WA, Galveston, TX andBrattleboro VT are three examples of communities with proudly printed logoson their public recycling systems; showcasing efforts to keep city blocksclean. Bins glazed in community colors, imprinted with personalized logos andclear signage are replacing retro-blue bins of the 90’s. Indoor andoutdoor containers alike are being used to brand champion recycling effortsin city parks, corporate settings, and commercial facilities.Recycle Away owner, Michael Alexander has spent the last 20 yearsanalyzing and writing policy for recycling agencies. He was a researchassistant for the National Recycling Coalition in Washington DC and aconsultant for the industry. He brings an understanding of the economicand environmental benefits’ recycling has for cities, states andorganizations.Alexander realizes that Americans generate 300 billion bottles and canseach year, most of which are disposed of away from home. Alexandertherefore built his business with the goal of collecting a substantialportion of those disposable beverage containers. ‘The need for public space recycling is gigantic,’ explainsAlexander. ‘Basically, everywhere there is a trash canâ ¦there should bea recycling container’. Recycle Away is on their way to making thathappen.Bring attractive and effective recycling systems to your business orcommunity. Visit www.recycleaway.com(link is external) or contact Michael Alexander at Source: Recycleaway. 2.8.2011last_img read more

Haaland was offered to Barça but preferred to sign Prince Boateng

first_imgThe Metropolitan is the big favorite to have the federation finals. After the last decision of the board of directors of the Spanish Federation from find a field in which up to four consecutive finals can be organized of their competitions, especially the Cup, the rojiblanco field of Metropolitan is the chosen one. Meets expectations, because so far – and especially at the end of the Champions– It has fulfilled perfectly in all the events it has hosted. It is not even ruled out that he will be chosen as the venue for the official matches of Spain, and in the Athletic They would be delighted with this possibility.Monchi continues to raise prices at Barça and City. The splendid work of Monchi as sports director of Seville still causing you to have many suitors and, specifically, in Barcelona they still have it as an option for the future. Equally, the City of Guardiola would be delighted to seize its services, although for now Monchi He is very identified and excited about his current work and is convinced that times will come when they will fight for titles of relevance. Winter market. Just a year ago, Barça de Valverde went on the market in search of a ‘9’ to reinforce a position in which Luis Suarez I was alone. It was a premise not to bring a ‘top’ player but one that came out at a good price and that lent a hand in the Copa del Rey and in some little demanding League match. The intermediaries moved quickly and even the Barça club bore the name of Haaland, an 18-year-old Norwegian boy who was starting to score goals and give good impressions in the Mold Norwegian. Barça considered that it was little baggage and that with his inexperience the challenge could come, so he preferred to bet on a veteran with more media vigor than football. That was Prince Boateng, who at 31 years old came from Sassuolo where he also did not leave a great business card (5 goals in 15 games). At the end, Boateng’s assignment was a disasterjust played and his presence prevented Haaland, who went to Salzburg, from traveling to Barcelona. The Borussia Dortmund It will be the team that now benefits from the goals of the forward revelation of the season.last_img read more

DONEGAL RUGBY STARS MULDOON AND STAPLETON STAR AS IRELAND WIN SIX NATIONS

first_imgIreland have won the Women’s RBS 6 Nations championship after hammering Scotland in at Broadwood Stadium.Nora StapletonAnd Donegal stars Larissa Muldoon and Nora Stapleton played their part in the victory.Ireland ran in eleven tries against a Scottish side that could not deal with their power and technique. Alison Miller scored a hat-trick of fantastic tries, and there were also five-pointers for captain Niamh Briggs, who opened Ireland’s account, Claire Molloy, Heather O’Brien, Gillian Bourke, Paula Fitzpatrick, Sophie Spence, Tania Rosser and Jenny Murphy.With France having beaten England by six points last night, Ireland went into the game knowing that a 27-point winning margin would secure not only the Triple Crown but the overall title, and they easily achieved that.The result completes a remarkable first, as Ireland’s women join their male counterparts in taking the Six Nations title.It is the second time Ireland Women have won the title, after their grand slam success in 2013. DONEGAL RUGBY STARS MULDOON AND STAPLETON STAR AS IRELAND WIN SIX NATIONS was last modified: March 22nd, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Larissa MuldoonNora StapletonRUGBYSIX NATIONSlast_img read more