When it comes to helping make a greener planet, for today and tomorrow, every little thing you do adds up. Connect with your friends on Facebook now, and spread the word about new Eco-Foil® — you'll be helping them make a difference too!
Can't find new Eco-Foil products at your local retailer? Ask for it! Tell them you want to make a difference, and all the ways that Eco-Foil can help – they'll want to get involved too!
This summer, we'll be giving away Eco-Foil Recycled T-Shirts to
randomly selected Facebook fans every month. Be sure to check back
often for your chance to win — and get the latest news and
updates about Eco-Foil, being green, and recycling! Plus, share our
Facebook page with all your friends, for their chance to win too!
Cans For Causes is a great program to help charitable or non-profit organizations, youth organizations like Boy and Girl Scouts, or any other worthwhile cause. You'll not only raise money to help your group's cause, but also be doing your part to help the environment through your recycling efforts. Click here to learn more about the Cans For Causes program.
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Start a recycling program in your community. Although over half of the communities in the U.S. have a curbside program, there are still so many more communities that don't. And the more easy and accessible it is to recyclable, the more people will do it! Take the first step toward bringing your community closer to recycling more – here are some things that you can do TODAY to help make progress happen in your area:
First and foremost, you need to stand up and make your voice heard! To learn more about steps you can take to get a recycling program started in your community, visit www.RecycleCurbside.org today.
Get involved with your community by partnering with a local environmental organization or non-profit group in your community who have an equal stake in seeing a program succeed. Connect with local business and government officials in your area, tell your family, friends, coworkers to take action. Post stories of your efforts and progress on our Facebook page to encourage others to get involved!