TRASHed – Art of Recycling

Eric Ritz of Global Inheritance spoke at SoCal SWANA’s June workshop about how his non-profit organization incorporates art in their large venue event programs, including the “TRASHed – Art of Recycling” cart-design program at the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival.

Launched in 2004, the TRASHed (Trash Education) Recycling program is a Global Inheritance original initiative that has sparked a recycling revolution at festivals around the world. What began as a nonprofit’s passion project to help keep festivals clean has evolved into a staple program that has graced many of the biggest events in sports and music.

CRRA 2016 Awards Announced | Aug. 7-10

Sacramento, CA | Each year, CRRA invites our industry to share the programs and successes achieved by our colleagues who are “going above and beyond” in efforts to prevent waste, reuse materials, recycle, compost, buy recycled and build “green”. It is CRRA’s intent to praise outstanding achievers in California, publicize their successes and share successful efforts throughout the state.

To see 2016 winners, visit http://crra.com/crra-award-recipients