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America Recycles Day - 2018

Recycle Responsibly: The Truth About Plastic Bags

Friday at 8 AM – 3 PM
World's Fair Pavilion In Forest Park
Forest Park, St. Louis 63110
Hosted by: STL City Recycles

Event page.

How many plastic bags do Americans use every SECOND? Come see for yourself at the World's Fair Pavilion in Forest Park on America Recycles Day!

This unique art installation is the official kickoff event for our regional Recycle Responsibly campaign. It's free and open to the public,
so come learn the hard truths about how plastic bags affect our community, our environment and our health.

Organizations from across the entire OneSTL region ( will be on hand from 10am-2pm to provide education and hand out prizes! So come join us for your morning run, on your lunch hour, or bring your kids for a special field trip they won't soon forget!

The OneSTL - Regional Plan for Sustainability Materials and Recycling Working Group includes: East-West Gateway Council of Governments, St. Louis-Jefferson Solid Waste Management District, STL City Recycles, Jefferson County, Missouri, Your Madison County, Recycle St. Louis County, St. Louis County, City of University City, Missouri (Official), Brightside St. Louis, EarthWays Center, Missouri Botanical Garden, Republic Services Recycling, St. Louis Composting, Inc., St. Louis Earth Day, Green Dining Alliance, University of Missouri–St. Louis, UMSL Sustainability, Washington University in St. Louis, WUStL Office of Sustainability, City of St. Louis Government, Dutchtown South Community Corporation

Organizations at the event include:
Saint Louis Zoo, Bye To Bags, Bring Your Own Glen-Ed, Boomerang Bags St. Louis, MO, Boomerang Bags, Stream Teams United, Missouri Stream Team 168, Trex Company, Whitney R. Harris World Ecology Center.

Tuesday November 27, 2018 Sustainability Lab @ T-Rex Agenda


Launch of Sustainability Targets Website


Contact Info:
Aaron Young
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OneSTL Announces Launch of Sustainability Targets Website and Recognition Event for Early Endorsers


Tuesday October 30, 2018 Sustainability Lab @ T-Rex Agenda


Recycling Information


Recycling is Here to Stay; System-wide Improvements Are Needed For Long-Term Success


Recycling markets may be changing, but recycling is not going away. Recent market forces – both locally and globally – have made recycling less profitable for processors, at times causing them to operate at a loss. This webpage is intended to provide information and resources for those wanting to learn more about current conditions and future impacts.


OneSTL Working Group Helping Improve Food Access

The Cherokee Street Community Market pops up once a month on the second Wednesday from May through October at Love Bank Park in Dutchtown. The market features fresh produce, hot food, art, and entertainment.

Improving access to healthy, nutritious food in the St. Louis region is gaining steam. The St. Louis Food Policy Coalition (STLFPC), which convenes the OneSTL Food Access Working Group, has joined forces with St. Louis County’s Healthy Living Coalition to support local efforts to help make healthy food an option for everyone.


Tuesday September 25, 2018 Sustainability Lab @ T-Rex Agenda