13 Must-Download Apps to Help Make Your Home Renovation *MUCH* Easier
Source: Brit + Co
Date: Apr 23, 2017
Whether you’re having a huge renovation or a small DIY sesh, odds are you’re going to be left with a few recyclables when you’re finished. The Recycle Coach app makes it easy to know what goes where, with detailed disposal instructions specific to your area.
App Finder: Top apps to help you recycle
Date: January 16, 2017
Whether you are looking to start recycling or are already an avid recycler, here are some apps (such as Recycle Coach) to help you do your part to save the environment.
Recycling: There's An App For That
Date: Nov 10, 2017
“This app can help increase that quality and make sure people are doing a better job, reducing contamination, but also open people’s eyes to more things they can recycle they weren’t aware of because this isn’t just about curbside,” said Michael Brown with the Ecology Action Center (EAC).
Free App Coaches Long Beach Township Residents, Visitors on Recycling
Source: The SandPaper
Date: Oct 18, 2017
Township Sustainability Coordinator Angela Andersen said, “The app is a progressive tool that is gaining popularity in New Jersey. Recycling is a tool for sustainable materials management and the app is a tool that makes recycling easier to understand.”
Recycling App Launched In St. Clair Township
Date: September 17, 2017
“The common complaints are that people forget what day they’re supposed to have recycling out, and what week the yard waste is being collected,” says Director of Public Works, Brian Black. “Typically, that only spans a few months in the fall and spring. So, having that information on your phone, allows more people to take advantage and ensures people don’t forget.”
Smithers recycling questions? There’s an app for that
Source: The Interior News
Date: September 16, 2017
Smithers Mayor Taylor Bachrach said, “Now, our next opportunity is to maximize how much material is being recycled and minimize contamination. We’re optimistic that the new mobile app and our challenge with Port Hardy and Summerland are going to help.”
Recycle Coach launches in Stratford
Source: Stratford Beacon Herald
Date: July 11, 2017
The basic Recycle Coach model – which is what Stratford is using now – is totally free. “I couldn’t believe our luck, basically,” Kate Simpson, the city’s waste reduction coordinator, said. After using the app herself, Simpson declared it “great.” She also mentioned, “You can also download it onto your desktop, which is really, really convenient.”
Roanoke, N.C., Launches Recycle Coach Mobile App
Date: June 22, 2017
In an effort to help residents of Roanoke, N.C., remember when to put out their waste and recycling bins, the city has launched a mobile app entitled Recycle Coach.
Roanoke launches free mobile app to remind residents of trash and recycling schedule
Source: Roanoke Times
Date: June 21, 2017
Roanokers who struggle to know when it’s trash day or recycling day now have a better reminder method than noticing when their neighbors put their trash out.
Roanoke City Launches “Recycle Coach” App for Residents
Date: June 21, 2017
Solid Waste Manager Skip Decker said, “This is a great new feature for residents. Anyone in the city can download the app or visit the website, plug in their information, and instantly know when trash, recycling, and bulk and brush will be collected. We hope that as time goes on and residents get familiar with Recycle Coach, calls to our Customer Service Center regarding solid waste schedules will decrease.”
City of Roanoke launches trash notification app
Date: June 21, 2017
After two weeks of testing, city officials rolled out their partnership with the app called “Recycle Coach” Wednesday. “The bottom line is to get this information out as fast as possible to our customers,” said Solid Waste Manager Skip Decker and explained the information on the app is already accessible on their website, but he expects the app will be easier for some people.
App gives Muhlenberg residents access to trash, recycling info.
Date: Apr 04, 2017
Joe Mench, Director of IT and Communications said, “This is an efficient and easy way for us to connect with residents about our trash and recycling program. We will be able to update the mobile and web app as necessary throughout the year so it will always be current. Residents will never forget a collection day, and that should lead to increased recycling rates, which is our goal.”
App helps residents with waste, recycling in Hamilton
Source: Hamilton Mountain News
Date: March 6, 2017
Hamilton residents can download a new app to help them with waste collection in the city.
App alerts Plainville residents to recycling, trash days
Date: February 25, 2017
Town Council Chairwoman Kathy Pugliese said she often sees questions about the collections on social media, especially around holidays. The app will inform residents about holiday changes right away.
City Launches New Garbage Collection and Recycling App
Source: My North Bay Now
Date: February 8, 2017
City of North Bay’s Chair of Engineering and Works, Tanya Vrebosch says this is a new way for them to connect with residents and provide information in a more convenient and accessible way. Vrebosch says while most people know their recycling scheduling, this will help with holiday and weather related scheduling.
Garbage, recycling and other waste management information at your fingertips
Source: North Bay Nugget
Date: February 7, 2017
Coun. Tanya Vrebosch, chair of the North Bay city’s engineering and works committee said, “We’ll be able to update the information on the app as necessary so it will always be current. With this app residents won’t forget their collection day. We hope to make their lives a little bit easier.”
Laurel Public Works Rolls Out New App
Date: November 18, 2016
Laurel Mayor Craig A. Moe and Public Works Director Rob Ferree have announced the launch of the new Public Works app, “Recycle Coach.” Laurel is the first municipality on the East Coast to offer Recycle Coach to its residents.
New app to help you remember what bin day it is
Source: Northern Star Ltd
Date: July 27, 2016
Byron Shire Council mayor, Simon Richardson said, “This is a great platform, and a new way for us to connect directly with the community about our resource recovery programs and services. It allows us to send educational messages and event notices directly to people who have the app. We are also able to update the information anytime, so it will always be current.”
Smartphone app launched for Northern councils
Source: The Examiner
Date: May 6, 2016
Recycle Coach will remind users to put their bins out for collection, and provides information on which items can be recycled, and what should be thrown out. Launceston Mayor Albert van Zetten said rubbish and recycling collection queries were some of the most common inquiries made to the City of Launceston.
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