Fiscal Year 2014 Annual Report

It’s not as easy as you might think to consolidate 12 months worth of good work down to a mere 12 pages. After combing through thousands of photos, and summarizing accomplishments we’ve tracked on dozens of spreadsheets, we put this document together to give you a snapshot of all of our achievements over the past fiscal year ending in August 2014. As with anything we do, we welcome your feedback and are always looking for ways to improve the delivery of this document for FY 2015. Enjoy the read!

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2015 Founders Day celebration

December 22, 2014

Who should attend the celebration of the 26th St. Louis Earth Day Founders Day celebration? All founding mothers and fathers of St. Louis Earth Day are invited and will be honored for their groundbreaking work and dedication for the birth of our great Festival. All lovers of SLED are also invited to join in this […]

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Where was Recycling On the Go in 2014?

December 4, 2014

In 2014, St. Louis Earth Day continued many multi-year relationships with a diverse group of businesses and organizations that hold special events. Through Recycling On the Go, we are able to provide recycling and composting services and education to diverse groups and to a variety of venues. With 82 tons of materials diverted in 2014, more […]

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164,061 Pounds of material Kept Out of Area Landfills in 2014!

December 4, 2014

Since the program’s inception in 2007, Recycling On the Go has kept approximately 323 tons of materials from area landfills (primarily recycling, but this figure includes organic waste, compostable food service items, edible food and spent cooking oil). Over these seven years,ROG has enhanced the waste management of 428 events (784 event days). Many of these events occur annually, […]

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Green Dining Alliance promotional video

December 1, 2014

A tremendous opportunity was presented to St. Louis Earth Day this fall to participate in the Nine Network of Public Media digital story telling training for individuals and organizations to help them tell and share their stories of impact in the community. We chose to produce a video highlighting our Green Dining Alliance program.   We’d like […]

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