Reducing Waste in Durham Schools
Jul
25
6:30 pm18:30

Reducing Waste in Durham Schools

  • Don't Waste Durham

Let's work together to reduce waste in Durham Public Schools. Which waste issues are particularly important to you? We want your input!

At this meeting, we'll hear updates on plans to:

  1. Adapt and replicate successful LUNCHROOM COMPOSTING programs in additional DPS schools
  2. Implement FOOD SHARING TABLES, an evidence-based practice
  3. So much more! 

All folks who care about these issue are welcome to join us! We look forward to seeing you there!

The Patchwork Market
Aug
13
12:00 pm12:00

The Patchwork Market

  • Fullsteam Brewery

We will be selling our merchandise alongside Fillaree. The newest designs of our cutlery holders will be available, as well as items you can't get at our online store. Come grab a beer and talk to us about reducing waste!

Don't Waste Durham General Meeting
Sep
19
11:00 am11:00

Don't Waste Durham General Meeting

  • Emily K Center

Join us for great conversations about waste reduction initiatives in our beloved Durham community and the surrounding Triangle area. All who are interested in reducing consumer waste are welcome! We’re putting together an exciting meeting including special guest speakers and much more. Bring your questions and concerns related to reducing, reusing, and recycling – and a sack lunch, if you want to.


GreenToGo community input meeting
Mar
8
9:30 am09:30

GreenToGo community input meeting

  • The Bullpen Duke Innovation & Entrepeneurship Iniative

We need your help to plan operations for GreenToGo, Durham's reusable takeout container program. This is a community-owned initiative, and your input and opinions are valuable to us! We'll meet as a community every first Wednesday of the month. More info about GreenToGo here. 

Don't Waste Durham meeting
Jan
19
11:00 am11:00

Don't Waste Durham meeting

  • Emily K Center board room

Join us for great conversations about waste reduction initiatives in our beloved Durham community and surrounding Triangle area. All who are interested in reducing consumer waste are welcome! We’re putting together an exciting meeting including special guest speakers and much more. Bring your questions and concerns related to reducing, reusing, and recycling – and a sack lunch, if you want to.