Aurora Milton’s design and execution of ‘90s-style trousers made from old materials wins $500 grand prize
ecomaine today announced three finalists for its school-based Upcycle Challenge, which will award $500 to a participating student’s school.
ecomaine has launched its call for schools in its member communities to propose projects focused on waste diversion for up to $5,000 in funding. Projects that focus on waste reduction or reuse, recycling, or composting are all eligible for consideration. The deadline for proposals is Monday, May 16, 2022.
Want to win $500 for your school’s Green Team, STEM Club, or Project Graduation? Submit your design using upcycled materials and let us know how it works!
Online map and list tool gives options for Mainers to send holiday trees to be mulched, chipped, composted
Wrapping paper and cardboard boxes are among recyclable items, but wreaths, trees, Styrofoam, and string lights are not
PBS Newshour and Maine Public Radio’s Maine Calling reported on the state of recycling in Maine, and asked ecomaine to lend a hand.
Maine’s recycling and waste manager to celebrate leaders in sustainability, recycling, composting, and waste management from across the state
Washington Reporter Devin Dwyer talks recycling and Maine’s extended producer responsibility law with ecomaine CEO Kevin Roche, tours ecomaine facility.
The last year was an eventful one for most of us – and ecomaine is no exception! The theme of ecomaine’s 2021 annual report focuses on a year of ‘RE…’ Returning to (somewhat) normal. Reducing, reusing, and recycling, of course. Refreshing. Recommitting. Responding. Reinventing. And much more. We invite you to review 2021 with us.