PLAN In the News
"BUFFALO, N.Y. – University at Buffalo students have come up with a creative way to break the cycle of waste that happens when residents move out of their dorms at the end of the school year." http://www.buffalo.edu/news/releases/2016/05/004.html
Just five days before Super Bowl Sunday, Jack Groh, NFL Environmental Program Director, stood before a packed room at Arizona State University and explained the journey this iconic, all-American event has gone through since the lack-luster recycling days of the early...
"Recent college grads have a PLAN for zero waste" Melissa Proulx | September 23, 2014 | New Hampshire Business Review...
PLAN founders Alex Freid and Brett Chamberlin share their start-up story and talk about the future of the zero waste movement on WMUR. Aired Sunday, 10/12/14. Click here to watch on...
The zero waste campus movement is featured on the front page of The Boston Globe.
Nonprofit startup by UNH grad helps keep 65 tons of waste out of landfills | Foster’s Daily Democrat
PLAN’s 9 member campuses diverted 65 tons of waste over the 2013-14 academic year.
Local NH marketing firm helps growing environmental nonprofit.
Trash 2 Treasure program is described by PLAN leader Brett Chamberlin in College Planning & Management magazine.