Sustainability Council seeking feedback on waste-reduction plan |

Sustainability Council seeking feedback on waste-reduction plan

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Community members are invited to find out how Routt County can reduce its impact on the climate through more recycling and composting and what solutions are working in leading communities in Colorado and around the world at a presentation by Kate Bailey of Eco-Cycle at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 10, at Bud Werner Memorial Library in Steamboat Springs.

Bailey is the policy and research director for Eco-Cycle, based in Boulder. Eco-Cycle is one of the oldest and largest nonprofit recycling organizations in the world and has more than 40 years of hands-on experience in recycling and building Zero Waste communities.

Attendees are encouraged to come ready to give feedback on the draft waste diversion strategic plan underway in Routt County and the priority action steps identified. The plan can be found at

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