Recycle at Work

NEW - Retail ToolkitPoster saying BYO Bag Bring your own bag. New state law effective January, 2020. Plastic bags will n

Oregon passed a statewide bill (HB 2509) banning the distribution of single-use plastic checkout bags effective January, 2020. In an effort to help local businesses educate their staff and customers we've developed a poster and till topper that are free to use. Please feel free to print as many as you need. 

Posters

Till Toppers

Plastic Straw Restrictions

Oregon also passed Senate Bill 90, restricting the distribution of single-use plastic straws at restaurants and convenience stores except upon request by the customer (or in a drive-thru). Please see the linked bill for more details. 

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A Waste Reduction Specialist will meet with you at your workplace to assess your recycling system and find unique opportunities to cut back on trash and save. Your Specialist can answer your questions, provide insightful tips and lessons learned from local businesses like yours. Specialists can make recycling easy for employees with free boxes, posters and employee training.Three women holding recycling cardboard boxes and smiling

In April 2009, the City of Beaverton passed an ordinance requiring businesses to recycle plastic, metal and glass containers in addition to paper and cardboard. Your Specialist is here to help you meet this requirement.

Recycle at Work Program

The Recycle at Work program can provide your business with FREE technical assistance and resources such as:

  • Paper Reduction Assistance
  • Education and training for your staff and custodial providers
  • Information on how to set up a green team at your office
  • Posters and signage to encourage recycling
  • Recycling boxes
  • Waste reduction tips

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