The Master Composter Recycler Program educates the community about easy ways to reduce waste, recycle more, and re-think our impact on natural resources. Trained Master Composter Recyclers are sustainability ambassadors. They host backyard composting workshops, attend community events with a booth chock-full of composting and recycling how-to information, teach wormshops, operate composting demonstration sites, and share their knowledge with neighbors and community groups.
The Clark County Green Business Program recognizes and celebrates the achievements of green businesses. The program provides web-based assessments, resources, and assistance to businesses seeking a structured approach to implementing green initiatives and measuring results.
A guide for local reuse, recycling, and safe disposal options for hundreds of products and household items. The facilities listed on this site are in Clark County and the Portland metro area.
Washington has a FREE, convenient and environmentally responsible recycling program for computers, monitors, laptops and televisions. This site will help you find out where you can recycle these items in your community.
This website will answer your questions about what type of plastic bags can be recycled, and what products might be made from this recycled material.
Clark County Environmental Services partners with Washington Green Schools, Waste Connections, and City of Vancouver to provide education and technical support to all schools in Clark County. Schools in this program have the opportunity to focus on one or all six environmental categories: waste, water, grounds, energy, transportation and healthy buildings. As of winter 2015, there are 76 out of 136 public schools in the Clark Green Schools program. Currently, Clark County has the largest number of green schools of any county in the state of Washington.
Technically known as an online materials exchange, 2good2toss is a convenient way to exchange small or large quantities of used or surplus building materials and large household items.
Hour Impact is a time bank program in Clark County where individuals exchange assets, resources and expertise with time as the sole currency. For every hour deposited, members are able to withdraw an hour of service for their needs. An hour exchanged based on the equality of time empowers individuals to utilize their assets and enhance their lives, neighborhoods and communities. The program assists those who may be unable to pay for important services to support themselves and acknowledges that every human being has something of value to contribute. To participate, you must create an account and profile page and complete a background check. You can then post assets you have to offer, and view other peoples’ profile and offerings.
The Master Composter Recycler program is funded through a grant provided by the Washington State Department of Ecology, Coordinated Prevention Grant program. For additional information about the program or to ask a question, call (360) 397-2121 ext. 4352 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.