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Breaking Bread with ReThink Disposable

 

Join ReThink Disposable for a monthly open and virtual office hour chat!

We consistently receive inquiries about ReThink Disposable - how to start ReThink in other communities, how to talk to business owners, data requests, partnership requests, just good 'ol venting, and more. To maximize our service to the reuse community, we are holding office hours for folks looking for support!

Whether you are a restaurant interested in reusable foodware, an NGO engaging with restaurants, civil entity promoting reuse, or concerned individual, our team is holding office hours for you to come ask questions or just chat. Come carb load with us!

Register to join us for one or more scheduled dates, all on the last Thursday of the month at 1 pm PT (2 PM CT, 4 PM ET):
 

 April 25th, 2024
 May 30th, 2024
 June 27th, 2024
 July 25th, 2024
 August 29th, 2024
 September 26th, 2024

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ReThink Disposable, a program of Clean Water Action and Clean Water Fund, prevents waste before it starts by working with local governments, businesses and institutions, and consumers to minimize single use disposable packaging in food service to conserve resources, prevent waste and ocean litter pollution. Learn more at ReThinkDisposable.org.

 

Break Bread with ReThink Disposable: Virtual Office Hours last Thursday of every month, 1 pm PT / 4 pm ET
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