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Recycling at Work

Improving recycling habits in your workplace is easy. Simply complete our recycling checklist, coordinate your collection and request our free bins. Done! Once your recycling program is in place, use these tips to make it a success:

  • Promote recycling using posters provided by Recycle Everywhere
  • Educate employees about recycling best practices through internal communications such as office memos, team meetings or a company newsletter
  • Communicate collection instructions to cleaning staff

Find information below on how to start a recycling program in Manitoba and order free Recycle Everywhere bins for your workplace.

Free Recycling Bins

Want to know more about introducing free recycling bins in your workplace? Fill out this form and we’ll get back to you OR if you are ready to order your free recycling bin please proceed to step 3.





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Step 1: Complete Your
Recycling Checklist

Use this checklist to determine how many Recycle Everywhere bins you’ll need, where they’ll be located in your workplace, and who will collect your recycling.

Download our Checklist

Step 2: Plan for
Recycling Collection

Did you know that beverage containers can be added to your existing recycling program? Or, if you don’t have one in place, you can most often set one up through your waste service provider. This may include discussing a recycling program with your Property Management Company, cleaning staff, or senior management. Need tips on how to start a recycling program? Contact us for help.

Step 3: Request Your
Recycling Bins

With the checklist complete and collection planned, you’re ready to request your bins. If you would like to see a full list of bin models before filling out the request form, you can see bin models here. Once your bins are in place, you can promote recycling using posters provided by Recycle Everywhere, educate employees about recycling best practices through internal communications and communicate collection instructions to cleaning staff. Let’s get started!

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