Help Dyvert provide better recycling for Philadelphia community spaces
Philadelphians know that the city's strength comes through its neighborhoods, and it's the small-scale connectors that provide the backbone of our communities. Dyvert is committed to empowering these groups in the way that we know best: boosting recycling and sustainability education.
This project helps our community spaces, improves recycling education, and sparks conversations around sustainability and how we can move towards a circular economy.
For many people, recycling is the gateway to sustainability and the impact that one can have on their environment and surroundings.
We believe recycling and sustainability should be easy and accessible for all communities.
Dyvert helps institutions, businesses, and venues recycle and compost better by providing the tools and know-how to improve waste systems and meet sustainability goals.
Dyvert helps institutions, venues, and individuals recycle and compost better through superior messaging. Our patented products and industry experience provide the tools and know-how to improve waste systems and meet sustainability goals for organizations of all sizes.
To put it simply, we strive to make recycling as simple and easy as it should be.
2x waste bins (23 gallons each)
2x Dyvert Vue display case messaging lids
2x detailed laminated printed signs
4x lid ID labels (2x RECYCLING, 2x TRASH)
2x fake food items (for the trash display case)
We are partnering with Philadelphia community organizations based around youth, education, arts, the neighborhood, etc. who want to promote recycling and sustainability education. We’ll work with each venue to set up a customized waste station for their space that helps recycling education and can be a centerpiece for discussions around sustainability.
We’re seeking sponsors - organizations or individuals - to help fund each of the eligible community organizations. Sponsors will receive acknowledgement on social media, the campaign website, and the printed signage that accompanies each station.
A pilot recycling station was sponsored by Maurice Sampson of Niche Waste Reduction & Recycling Systems and installed at Tiny WPA, a West Philly group that teaches youth and adults design, fabrication, and entrepreneurship skills to help participants literally build better neighborhoods.
Renee Schacht, Co-founder of Tiny WPA