BRING Recycling 4446 Franklin Blvd.
Eugene, OR 97403
(541) 746-3023

Community Education

Community Education

BRING is happy to give presentations to your club, service organization, or community center.  We also lead how-to workshops and conduct eye-opening tours of community waste-handling facilities.  Plus, you can find our traveling information booth at many local fairs, festivals, and the Good Earth Home Show.

To schedule a presentation or tour for your group, contact our Education Manager at educator@bringrecycling.org or 541-746-3023 x315. 

Community Education Programs

Community Education Programs

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle (and Compost!): A comprehensive presentation about why The Three Rs are important, and how and where to do your best recycling and composting.

Worm Wonders: Learn how these hard-working creatures carry out the most important part of the life cycle - composting and soil building!

Tours: Get up-close and personal with garbage and recycling at Lane County's Glenwood Transfer Station and Short Mountain Landfill.  See the machines, hear the noise, and see where all the trash ends up after you throw it 'away'.  Plus, visit BRING's Planet Improvement Center to see some positive alternatives to trashing your stuff.  Locations may be scheduled individually, or combined for a complete lesson on waste management.  Available for groups of up to 35 people.  

Speaking Engagements: Customized for your group! 

Event Recycling & Composting

Event Recycling & Composting

Eugene’s numerous festivals, community events, and street fairs often generate large amounts of waste.

Our free technical assistance can help event planners and coordinators divert waste from the landfill with increased recycling and food composting. We’ll help you each step of the way from choosing the right containers to locating where to drop off recycling and composting!

Contact BRING’s RE:think Program for assistance. We also suggest the following resources:

City of Eugene resources and tools to deliver events sustainably.

Lane County's recycling bins and durable dishware loan program.

Help from Master Recyclers: Learn how volunteers can help you make a plan to reduce waste at your event.