Learn how to implement a profitable, personalized, sustainable recycling solution for your company. Save money for your company while saving the planet!
The course, How to Profit Millions with a Recycling Program, covers a systematic approach to designing, developing, and implementing a recycling program for your company or organization.
The information is presented by Steven Rosenberg, a recognized recycling expert. He is CEO of Green Purpose, the world’s greenest eco-capitalist enterprise. Steven has created 25 video lectures, in which he provides you with a proven, step-by-step method for successful corporate recycling. He also provides downloadable PDF resources and checklists to help you create your own recycling program.
The course is designed for those who wish to implement a successful recycling program at their company, corporation, or organization. The focus is on profiting from recycling materials that may have gone to the landfill.
Steven Rosenberg has worked with Fortune 500 companies to implement Zero Waste programs that saved them tens, and sometimes hundreds, of thousands of dollars.
Learn the basics of recycling, including which are the most valuable materials to recycle by watching the video. And then download the PDF resource. It provides links to information about the various types of recyclable materials.
In this video, Steven introduces the different types of paper which can be recycled.
There are seven major categories of recyclable plastics. Learn which of them yield the highest return on your investment in this video.
Recyclable metals range from tin cans to office furniture to aluminum castings. Understand the relative value of each material by viewing this video.
Steven Rosenberg gets you started on planning your recycling program by helping you select your major goals.
Watch the video, and then download the PDF form, and use these tools during the planning of your recycling program.
View the video on cost savings, and then download the PDF file from the EPA on calculating waste reduction.
Download this PDF file. It provides an excellent example of how to conduct a waste audit.
In this video, Steven Rosenberg shares some of the success stories he's gathered during his work with Fortune 500 clients.
To sort or not to sort, that is the question answered in this video.
To bale or not to bale, that is the question answered in this video.
A realistic budget helps build the business case for your recycling program. Learn how to create a budget in this video.
Learn the benefits of purchasing your recycling containers in bulk.
Steven goes through the criteria for selecting the most appropriate recycling containers.
The success of your recycling program depends on the employees in your facility. Learn how to get them involved by watching this video.
Steven provides tips and techniques to ensure a successful recycling program roll-out.
Training of both upper management and employees is critical to the success of your recycling program. Learn more about training in this lecture.
Motivate employees to participate in your recycling program by providing some incentives. In this video, Steven Rosenberg provides some proven examples of incentives.
Learn the value of publishing monthly reports on the progress of your recycling program in this lecture.
Periodic assessments of your program keep management informed and employees motivated.
Your recycling program is like a garden - it needs some weeding from time to time. Learn what possible speed bumps might need to be eliminated.
Download this PDF file, and use these sample checklists to gather information about your facility in preparation for your own recycling program.
Here's your chance to see how much you've learned. Take this self-evaluation quiz on corporate recycling.
Congratulations! You've completed the course. Here are a few final words from Steven Rosenberg.
Steven Rosenberg is the founder and CEO of Green Purpose LLC. After winning a business plan contest in 2009, things quickly progressed for him. Green Purpose is quickly becoming a well known industry leader in helping some of the largest global companies, such as FedEx, Rockwell Automation, The Libman Company, and Flex-N-Gate to achieve Zero Waste profitably through their unique eco-capitalistic approach.