Georgia Zero Waste Association

The Georgia Zero Waste Association (GZWA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting sustainable waste management practices throughout the state of Georgia. We focus on reusable packaging, such as pallets, boxes, and IBC totes, to reduce waste and promote a circular economy. We work with major cities in Georgia to educate and assist businesses and organizations on sustainable waste management. Join us in creating a cleaner and more sustainable future for Georgia.

We welcome the participation and support of anyone who is committed to promoting sustainable waste management practices throughout the state of Georgia. By working together, we can create a cleaner, healthier, and more sustainable future for our state.

 

 

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“The Georgia Zero Waste Association is working tirelessly to create a cleaner, more sustainable future for our state, by promoting zero waste policies, recycling, composting and sustainable waste management practices.”

The Georgia Zero Waste Association (GZWA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting sustainable waste management practices throughout the state of Georgia. Our mission is to reduce the amount of waste generated and increase the recycling and composting of materials. One of the key areas of focus for GZWA is reusable packaging, such as pallets, boxes, and IBC totes. By promoting the use of reusable packaging, we aim to reduce the amount of waste generated and promote a circular economy in Georgia.

We work closely with major cities in Georgia, such as Atlanta, Savannah, and Columbus, to educate and assist businesses and organizations on sustainable waste management practices. Through educational programs and events, we aim to raise awareness about the benefits of sustainable waste management and the impact it can have on the environment and the economy. We also provide technical assistance and resources to businesses, schools, and community groups on recycling, composting, and sustainable waste management.

 

    Zero Waste Mission

    The mission of the Georgia Zero Waste Association (GZWA) is to promote sustainable waste management practices throughout the state of Georgia, with a focus on reducing the amount of waste generated and increasing the recycling and composting of materials. We aim to educate and assist businesses and organizations in major cities such as Atlanta, Savannah, and Columbus on sustainable waste management practices and raise awareness about the benefits of sustainable waste management. We also provide technical assistance and resources to businesses, schools, and community groups on recycling, composting, and sustainable waste management. Our goal is to create a cleaner, healthier, and more sustainable future for Georgia.

    Our Vision

    Our vision is for Georgia to become a leader in sustainable waste management practices. We envision a state where waste is reduced, reused, and recycled in a way that protects the environment, fosters economic growth and creates a healthier, more sustainable future for all residents. We see a Georgia where businesses, schools, and communities have the knowledge and resources they need to implement sustainable waste management practices, and where the use of reusable packaging, such as pallets, boxes, and IBC totes, is commonplace. Our vision is for a Georgia where the circular economy is thriving and the state is a model for sustainable waste management practices throughout the country.

    Who Can Help?

    Anyone who is committed to promoting sustainable waste management practices throughout the state of Georgia can help the Georgia Zero Waste Association (GZWA) in achieving its mission and vision. This includes but not limited to:

    • Businesses and organizations, who can implement sustainable waste management practices in their operations and educate their employees and customers about the benefits of sustainable waste management.
    • Schools and universities, which can incorporate sustainable waste management education into their curriculum and implement sustainable practices on campus.
    • Local and state government agencies, which can work with GZWA to create and enforce policies that promote sustainable waste management.
    • Community groups and non-profits, which can partner with GZWA to educate and engage their members and communities about sustainable waste management.
    • Individuals who want to learn more about sustainable waste management practices and take action in their own homes and communities.

    By working together, we can create a cleaner, healthier, and more sustainable future for Georgia.

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