Reusing and Recycling as part of Greener Cleaning Efforts Lead to Big Successes
Hear and see how two federal facilities have successfully improved the operations by adopting greener practices that include reuse and recycling.
- Catherine Hurley, the Sustainability Program Manager of Argonne National Laboratory, shares the lab's Clean Sweep program that was responsible for an 800% improvement in the recycling rate by removing, reusing and recycling unneeded materials and equipment from lab's storage areas.
- Lorena Nelson, the Custodial Supervisor at the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, National Park Service, shares her experience and the benefits of greening the National Lakeshore through the use of greener cleaners and other eco-efficient practices.
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