Thursday, April 12, 2018
New tool: Zero Waste Events checklist and certification
One of the first and most accessible actions is to make an event "zero waste" (defined in industry as at least a 90% diversion from landfill.) With a little planning and local resources, it's easily achievable.
Wouldn't it be great if the Sedona Film Festival, Yoga Festival, Native Plant Workshop, Art Festival, Marathon, Day of the Dead, Verde River Festival, Earth Day Celebration, weddings, etc., all produced virtually no waste?
We could educate all who came about zero waste as an achievable goal.
We created Make Your Event Sustainable guide which includes a Zero Waste Events Checklist. If an event planner commits to all relevant practices (from the 16 zero waste practices), their event can be certified by the Sustainability Alliance.
We also have a host of local resources to help you, including people who can compost your food waste and rent you dishes.
Download the guide and learn of Verde Valley/Flagstaff resources here: