About Us.

Zero.<span class="blue">Waste.</span>


It’s hard to imagine a world without waste. That’s where we come in. We know waste. We understand how materials are produced. We know what happens to them when they reach peoples’ hands and how they are disposed of. We know how confusing it is to recycle. And, we know how complex our waste management system is and how it needs to change.
We’re a <span class="blue">waste + recycling</span> management company.

We’re a waste + recycling management company.

That’s right. And we are built to think about waste differently. Our success isn’t dependent on landfill dumping. This provides us the freedom to evaluate our waste impact and deliver real solutions, have real conversations, and make real contributions to reducing waste.

It’s a journey.

But together, we can do better.

Join us as we embark on a mission to educate about waste.


In Partnership with

Zero Waste Challenge

This Month’s Challenge

Thrift your Fall wardrobe

Ahh, another summer has come and gone. Time to trade in those tank tops for some cozy sweaters. We all know how tempting it can be to hop on the latest fashion trends of the season only to have them become fashion mistakes the next. Each year people throw away tons of clothes whether it be because they get bored with them, they are out of style, or out of fear of being an outfit repeater. It is estimated that the average American throws away 81lbs of clothing every year. This month, we challenge you to break away from this wasteful habit and shop used instead of new.

Luckily there are plenty of options to choose from these days including thrifting or clothing rental services. Check to see what thrift stores are in your neighborhood. If you are more of an online shopper, there is an abundance of clothing resale sites including Poshmark and ThredUp. When thrifting, online or in-store, you are guaranteed to find unique pieces that can work for your personal style. Everyone will be asking “where’d you get that?” in no time and you’ll be helping the environment by reusing clothing instead of purchasing something brand new. Happy Thrifting!