Local Government Strategies

Waste Diversion Policy Development

Developing effective and comprehensive policies for waste diversion through local governments is challenging. To help reduce the obstacles and increase productivity, pay attention to these five goals.

Each community faces many of the same challenges and unique to that community. Policy development needs a segment that discusses finance, scope, planning, and implementation along with safeguards and quality assurance checkpoints at every step. 

Learn more about developing quality local government waste development policies that positively impact your local economy, environment, and health throughout your community. Give us a call, and so we can help you personalize policies that fit your community and objectives.


Waste Diversion Program Implementation

There are many barriers to implementing a waste diversion program. With the removal of barriers, many benefits occur. Here, we discuss both the obstacles and benefits of implementing a quality local government waste diversion program (LGWDP).

For more information about improving your LGWDP process, reach out to our team.

Stakeholder Group Meetings

Overall, there's a mix of good and bad when it comes to stakeholder meetings in a local community. But every organization, community, or cause must decide for itself how much of a benefit holding these meetings will bring to the stakeholder group. With time and effort there is the potential for real change when community stakeholders work together for a common good.

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Recycling Education and Advocacy Efforts

Forging a Renewable Culture Community

Everyone understands how a strong recycling community program is important for healthy communities. But the question is, how much of your program is actually being accomplished? Perhaps there are preconceived ignorances, attitudes, or apathies getting in the way of making a difference. An effective recycling education approach can help solve these common challenges in your community.

One of the most common challenges in identifying opportunities in a community recycling program is the lack of training. Zero Waste Strategies offers successful training and education programs that are simple to learn and lasting for generations to come.

Turnkey Benefits of Recycling Education and Advocacy

A cleaner and healthier environment begins with transparent education at the grassroots level in local communities. At Zero Waste Strategies, we facilitate recycling education that unlocks doors and helps open minds to advocacy, public awareness, and positive change. What happens as the result?

  • Empowerment to make smarter recycling choices.
  • Better recycling habits are established for a healthy, united community.
  • Public spaces are clean and pest problems are eradicated.
  • Resources are saved on the bottom line and local economies are strengthened.
  • Future generations are educated to cross-pollinate recycling advocacy for a better tomorrow.
  • And many more benefits!