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On Tuesday, March 15th, the East Bay REV Sustainability Circle final session at Bayer was greeted by a wonderful surprise, a visit from some very special dignitaries! Tom Bates, (Mayor, City of Berkeley) Dianne Martinez, (Mayor, City of Emeryville) Nathaniel Bates,...
REV was featured in the March 4th SF Business Times article, San Francisco’s REV helps businesses save money — and the planet.
In December of 2013, The Ken Blanchard Companies completed a REV Sustainability Circle. Since then, the company has excelled at finding innovative ways to accelerate their sustainability efforts. In this REV guest blog, Gary Onstad details one of their more creative activities.
Congratulations to our participants in San Jose, Sacramento and San Diego who recently completed Sustainability Circles! It’s remarkable when dedicated people come together across industries to inspire systems thinking, innovative ideas, and collaborative partnerships.
Those of us who advocate for sustainability and work to find solutions to address the challenges of climate change come from backgrounds as diverse as humanity itself. Some are driven by a belief in the power of technology. Others by more personal reasons — a desire to ensure a healthy future for their children perhaps or right past wrongs. David Gatcha, REV’s director of sales for Orange & Riverside Counties, may fall into the latter.
AmeriCan Adventures, an adventure travel company with a focus on National Parks and wilderness lands, is pleased to announce that they are one of eight companies participating in the latest Sustainability Circle® in Sonoma County.
With the passing of AB 1826, some California companies will be required to arrange for collection of their organic waste materials such as food and landscaping waste. However, smaller companies that do not fall under this mandate, and who are looking to become more sustainable in their operations, are initiating their own organics diversion program.
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