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We Believe…

We Believe…

It’s hard to believe that we’re already in the second month of 2019 and trying to remember what New Year’s resolutions we made this year. There’s still time to re-visit them and maybe make a few others. We’re hoping the younger generation will have greater...

2019 – What’s Ahead

2019 – What’s Ahead

As we head into 2019, M-PASS is keeping an eye on important issues for the recycling industry – including important topics from 2018 which will continue to be in the news and new trends and ideas the industry will be looking at this year. WHAT’S GOING ON...

Stuff!

Stuff!

Many of us have collected so much stuff that a movie was made about it. The Story of Stuff, Annie Leonard’s 2007 online documentary explored our problem with stuff:  we have too much of it, too much of it is toxic and we don’t share it very well.. We live...

Food For Thought

Food For Thought

  We first raised the issue of food waste here around the end of June. The article presented a lot of the reasons why, according to a 2016 article in The Atlantic, America leads the way in food waste because “calories are cheap and people are picky.”...

GRC 27th Annual Conference – 2018

GRC 27th Annual Conference – 2018

In Mid-September, VP and General Manager Chris Witherspoon represented M-PASS at the 27th annual conference of the Georgia Recycling Coalition (GRC). The GRC has a mission to promote material reduction and enhance recycling programs throughout the state by...

The Clean Plate Club

The Clean Plate Club

Remember “The Clean Plate Club”? Turns out it wasn’t just something parents made up to admonish kids about not eating all the food on their plates. Its history goes back to 1917 when Herbert Hoover, America’s first Food Administrator, proclaimed “food will...

Break Out the Red, White & Blue (Tablecloths)

Break Out the Red, White & Blue (Tablecloths)

During the snow days, we were probably dreaming about summertime. And finally, Memorial Day – first official day of summer – is almost here. No matter how you observe Memorial Day – marching in a parade, visiting cemeteries or memorials – there’s bound to...

Happy Mother’s Day

Happy Mother’s Day

Many of us may think of Mother’s Day as one of those “Hallmark Holidays” designed to encourage shopping. However, the earliest efforts to establish a day to celebrate mothers started before Hallmark existed. Celebrations of mothers and motherhood can be...

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