You Made Our (Founders’) Day, St. Louis!

January 22, 2016

Thank you to everyone who came out for our Founders’ Day celebration last night. What a turnout! This was our third annual Founders’ Day event (a party we started in recognition of our 25th anniversary) and definitely our largest one to date – so exciting! We were thrilled to connect with so many friends, both old and new. […]

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Party with us at Schlafly on Founders’ Day, January 21

January 14, 2016

Think of it as a birthday party of sorts… and you’re invited! Regardless of how long you’ve been involved with St. Louis Earth Day, we’d love to have you join us for this new-ish tradition.We started celebrating Founders’ Day three years ago to mark the 25th Anniversary of St. Louis Earth Day. We gathered past and present partners, supporters, […]

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Going Green… Change is Afoot in the ‘U City’ Loop!

January 13, 2016

University City is making changes that extend beyond the 2.2 miles of The Delmar Loop trolley project, with plans to become a greener, more sustainable destination district. Thanks in part to a grant by the St. Louis County Department of Public Health, University City now offers free recycling dumpsters to businesses that switch to the city’s hauling services. […]

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165,800 Pounds of Material Kept Out of Area Landfills in 2015!

December 5, 2015

Another year has (almost) come to a close. Our numbers for Recycling On the Go are in… and we’re pleased to report, this has been another record-breaking year for us, St. Louis! In 2015 alone, we collected 82.9 tons of waste from area events: Over 66 tons of single stream recyclables – including cardboard, aluminum cans, and […]

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Black Friday… Cyber Monday… #GivingTuesday (December 1, 2015)

November 25, 2015

2015 has been a banner year for St. Louis Earth Day. We have accomplished so much… not “we” as an organization, but “we” as a community. Recycling on the Go and Recycling Extravaganza programs diverted record amounts of waste from landfills. We were able to fund 9 new local environmental projects through our St. Louis Earth Day Action […]

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