While there is no magic formula for successfully educating your community residents about recycling, there are many books that can serve as great resources. The three books below provide useful information:
We recently conducted a survey to look at how technology is impacting the way recycling coordinators communicate with residents. The results overwhelmingly concluded what most of us assume: technology has quickly changed the way we communicate with residents. Websites and social media are the go-to place to get information, and CVP wants to help make sure your program is as tech-friendly as possible. Here are some quick tips:
While technology is a key way to reach residents, remember to balance how you use it with traditional tactics. Our survey found that traditional tactics such as PSAs, advertisements, direct mailers and community events are still popular venues for reaching residents. Utilizing a variety of tactics will help expand your reach.
We want to hear from you…What have you done to make your recycling program tech-friendly for residents? Comment below or email us at email@example.com.
While technology and social media have forever changed the media landscape and thus the way we communicate, there are some basic principles that will never go out of style.
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