ClimateWire - November 2018
Happy Thanksgiving! This year we’re grateful for each and every ClimateWise Partner who has made a difference in our community for the last 18 years. Thank you!
So why are you grateful? Tell us by posting on Facebook and tagging ClimateWise – we’ll be sure to share your posts on the ClimateWise page.
We wish you all a fun and relaxing Thanksgiving holiday. Thank you for all you do for the environment and our community!
Wondering if wrapping paper can go in curbside recycling? Have leftover grease from that deep-fried turkey? Stuck with a mountain of cardboard?
Find out where to recycle these items and many more in this year’s Holiday Recycling Guide!
From Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day, household waste increases by more than 25 percent! That’s 30 million live trees, 4 million tons of gift wrap, and 2.6 billion holiday cards. Recycling all this the right way and reducing what you produce in the first place helps keep waste out of the landfill.
Share the Holiday Recycling Guide with your staff and get ClimateWise credit!
While your reporting your ClimateWise actions, don’t forget to fill out your waste tracker to tell us how much you recycled in 2018. Remember, ClimateWise reporting is due Jan. 31.
Winter Bike to Work Day is near! Mark your calendar for the 12th annual event on Wednesday,
Dec. 12, 7-9:30 a.m. There are 50 free breakfast stations that will appear all over Fort Collins.
Plan your route or the stations you want to visit with our official Station Map, available in early December.
To find out more about Winter Bike to Work Day and gear up for bicycling year-round with classes, special events, and resources for winter riding, visit fcgov.com/bikewinter.
Call for BTWD Station Co-Host
ClimateWise is co-hosting a Winter Bike to Work Day breakfast station with Bounce Software and the Economic Health Office at Oak St. Plaza, and we are looking for another co-host to join us and help provide breakfast. Contact Y2xpbWF0ZXdpc2VAZmNnb3YuY29t if you are interested in partnering with us for this fun annual event.
In 2018, the City of Fort Collins developed an Electric Vehicle (EV) Readiness Roadmap to support current and future EV adoption in our community. The Roadmap establishes a vision, goals and clearly defined roles for City Departments, the private sector, and the community. This work will be incorporated into the Transportation Master Plan and City Plan efforts moving forward.
Fort Collins Utilities offers a variety of rebates and incentives on equipment that will save you money while making your business more attractive to customers and your staff. In some cases, the rebates will cover 100 percent of the project cost!