ReCommunity launches recycling education website

ReCommunity launches recycling education website

By Editorial Staff, Resource Recycling

Recycling firm ReCommunity has launched an educational website to help explain and promote recycling to the 36 communities in 13 states the company serves.

The Charlotte, North Carolina-based company's website, www.recommunity.com, offers a virtual 360-degree recycling tour of materials recovery facilities operated by ReCommunity for community members, such as students unable to take field trips due to budget cuts.

For the project, ReCommunity worked with Atlanta-based Atomic Wash to build the slick new website that contains resources meant to help educators, including teacher lesson plans, animated videos and an interactive MRF.

"We wanted to take a proactive approach to engaging and educating our communities," said Jeff Fielkow, ReCommunity vice president of revenue and growth, in a prepared statement. "We really believe virtual tours and interactive educational resources are the wave of the future. So we wanted to stay true to our community and education-focused mission, and build a turn-key recycling educational website."

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