Every day at your school, a large amount of recyclable material is thrown out. Half of all garbage in schools is generated during two hours – lunchtime. However, it really isn’t “garbage” until you throw it away….streaming materials into recycling avenues, even materials previously considered non recyclable such as food left overs, Styrofoam, juice pouches, chip bags, etc. can reduce waste from school lunch by 90%!
We Future Cycle is a 501c3 charitable organization that helps schools:
• Comply with New York State Recycling Laws
• Reduce lunchroom garbage by 90% by sorting out recyclables
• Reduce refuse costs significantly
• Reduce pollution
• Help generate substantial revenue for your County
• Provide opportunity for green school recognition
• Create a generation of children that are actively involved in recycling and take responsibility for their daily actions.
Anna Giordano 914-235-9011 email@example.com
Ashley Welde 917-733-3710 firstname.lastname@example.org
We’d be happy to speak with your School District to devise a We Future Cycle program that works for you. Download the We Future Cycle Flyer, and contact us to schedule a presentation to learn more.
Who are We?
Anna Giordano started We Future Cycle after she seeing the daily garbage piles generated at her children’s school and realizing that she had to do something. Anna has implemented School Lunch Recycling at 15 schools in Westchester County by training thousands of children to empty and sort containers into the correct bins. Garbage was reduced from 293 lbs per lunch down to three, a 98% reduction. A concerned mom and business woman, Anna’s vision is to save the world, one school district at a time. Anna can be reached at email@example.com.
Ashley Welde manages the communications and outreach for We Future Cycle. After hearing stories about the amount of untouched and unopened food that got thrown away at her kids’ school cafeteria, Ashley decided to dedicate her 15 years of marketing and PR experience towards fixing the problem. She believes that education is the key to reducing the amount of waste generated at school and at home, and that recycling and composting take very little effort once the correct processes are in place. Ashley studied public policy at Swarthmore College and marketing at Columbia Business School, and she lives in Westchester with her husband and 2 children. Ashley can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are extremely grateful to Christina Collins and Brett Collins from Counterspace for donating their time and wisdom to the branding and logo design of We Future Cycle. Thank you!