We’re bagging bad trash habits at Pando events.
Throwing away throwaway habits takes a lot of work (and a sense of humor helps).
We’re aiming to make Pando events “zero waste.” But as our recent experience shows, getting anywhere close to that goal means a lot of hauling, unstacking, brewing, cleaning, stacking again, hauling back home, storing...
Compared to one person dashing into Starbucks and then tossing everything into the trash afterwards, zero waste events are a lot of work.
So Betsy Hunter, who is spearheading Pando’s zero waste initiative, is collecting all sorts of useful tips on the Pando website to make it easier -- and even enjoyable.
Speaking of fun reminds us of marketing guru Alex Bogusky’s famous quip that saving the world has to be fun, or else no one will do it. What Bogusky says about the world is likely to be true about doing the dishes.
When you aim to make your next event zero waste, check out the ideas Betsy is pulling together (and don’t be afraid to throw some soap!).