October 2014
Recycle Tip:
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Reducing the use of paper in the office is a lot more challenging than people think. Below are few tips from CalRecycle.org for using less paper and saving money while at work.
  1. Adopt a Double-Sided Printing Policy
  2. Preview Documents Before Printing
  3. Print Only the Pages You Need
  4.  Reduce Unwanted In-Coming Mail
  5. Clean Up Out-going Mailing Lists

Give these tips a try and see how successful you can be!

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Our New Brand Identity

We are proud to announce the launch of DC Environmental's new logo and  website as part of the ongoing evolution of our company's brand.




You already know that recycling and waste management is no longer just about putting out a bin and hoping that it gets filled. It is about actively creating sustainability through strategic programs that works seamlessly within your organization while championing the cause through internal education and advocacy.


DC Environmental has worked hard over the previous 20 years to stay at the forefront of a quickly evolving industry.  Our new logo reflects what we are today and symbolizes the prospect of an even more promising future. It also embodies our mission of creating a long lasting environmental impact for our communities, as well as that of reducing trash hauling costs for our clients.


Our website www.dcenv.com was redesigned to match this new brand and to improve its efficiency of showcasing our available recycling and waste management solutions, as well as to provide industry resources that make your job of managing waste at a large facility easier.


What doesn't change is our vision of effectively driving environmental sustainability in all commercial buildings across Southern California. We have done just that in the past decade and as we look to the future we will continue to focus on continuous improvement of our solutions through proactive waste stream management, customer education outreach and industry expertise.


We invite you check out our new brand identity on www.dcenv.com and let us know what you think of our look. Feedback is always welcome!



America Recycles Day
America Recycles Day (ARD) is coming up on November 15th and is dedicated to promoting environmental citizenship and advocacy for sustaining our earth. An initiative of Keep America Beautiful (KAB), the nationally recognized day seeks to inspire people to reduce, reuse and recycle in every aspect of their life. 
Take the pledge today to get in touch with all the recycling and environmentally friendly resources in your community! Invite all your friends, family and colleagues to start making smarter decisions when it comes to protecting the earth.



CalRecycle Issues
$1.7 Million in Waste Tire Clean Up Grants 

California's Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle) has issued $1.7 million from its Local Government Waste Tire Clean Up Program to get rid of and recycle illegally dumped tires.


According to CalReycle.org, 23 grant recipients have been
provided funding to collect, remove, transport and recycle tires that have been tossed into the environment. Recovered tires can be used for everything from paving material and garden mulch to sports surfaces and exercise mats.