Rethink the Bins: Your Guide to Smart Recycling and Less Household Waste

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Price
$9.99  $9.29
Publisher
Bebo Press
Publish Date
Pages
130
Dimensions
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.28 inches | 0.4 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780999595640

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About the Author
Julia L F Goldstein, PhD is the award-winning author of Material Value: More Sustainable, Less Wasteful Manufacturing of Everything from Cell Phones to Cleaning Products. Her company JLFG Communications creates clear and concise content for world-changing manufacturing businesses. Julia is active in her local writing community and leads the Seattle chapter of the Nonfiction Authors Association. Juliagoldsteinauthor.com.
Reviews

"A helpful, well-written guide to making the most of recycling and composting." -Kirkus Reviews


"This well-researched guide clears up the many myths and mysteries of what happens to the nearly 8 pounds of trash we Americans create daily. You must have the checklists here because they guide you toward actions that really do help the environment. Should be required reading in schools to help future generations embrace a circular economy." -James Dillehay, author of Start a Creative Recycling Side Hustle


"If you're looking for a resource that demystifies what actually happens to the things we throw away, Rethink the Bins is for you! It's an easily digestible and interactive read. Goldstein's compelling writing style inspires hopefulness and action amid the often confusing task of reducing household waste." -Moji Igun, Founder of Blue Daisi Consulting


"Finally, a book on waste reduction for realists! Julia demystifies compost and recycling, and her worksheets make this guide personal for you and your area." Summer Hanson, Co-owner of Eco Collective


"At a time when we're dumping mountains of food in landfills and filling the oceans with plastic trash, it's clear we need to change how we handle the problem of waste. Rethink the Bins is a great place to start: a clear, practical, and informative guide to the ways our waste systems work (and don't work)."-Susan Freinkel, author of Plastic: A Toxic Love Story