Next Generation Trade School Provides High-Tech Education & Student Compensation
PHOENIX, October 7, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Republic Services, Inc. (NYSE: RSG), a leader in the environmental services industry, today unveiled its Technical Institute, the industry's first-ever diesel technician training program. As the need for skilled workers continues to increase, this investment offers best-in-class training, fully compensating students during the 12-week program.
According to a OnePoll survey conducted in 2020 on behalf of Republic Services, many Americans are interested in becoming more sustainable. In fact, 58% of survey respondents shared that they were reevaluating their eco-friendly habits as a result of the pandemic.
Americans throw away about three billion batteries per year. It’s important to remember that not all batteries are created equally. Several different types of batteries should not be disposed of or recycled at home.
August is National Back to School Month, and after more than a year of remote or hybrid learning, schools across the nation are finally welcoming students back into classrooms for the new school year.
With school officially back in session for many students, now is the perfect time to educate the student, parent or teacher in your life about proper recycling to help ensure kids form sustainable habits early on.
When businesses that involve manufacturing make recycling a priority, it can be more sustainable for the environment and have a positive impact on the bottom line. A 2020 study by the National Retail Federation and IBM found nearly 70% of consumers in the U.S. and Canada think it’s important for brands to be eco-friendly or sustainable. The manufacturing process plays a big part.
Toasters, microwaves, blenders, and other small appliances are investments that should last you a while. However, if you’ve been holding on to decades-old appliances, eventually you will need to replace them. When the time comes to upgrade – or to downsize the number of gadgets in your kitchen – it is important to know what to do with your old items.
With Memorial Day quickly approaching, socially distanced outdoor parties are sure to be back in full force this summer. Before firing up the grill, consider the implications of an outdoor party on the environment – a big gathering can generate a lot of waste, and it is important to know what to recycle and how you can be more sustainable!
The next big thing in sustainable living is composting. So, it’s time to start composting in your home and learn how you can create and leverage compost to reduce food waste and be a better friend to the environment.