Zero Waste and Litter Cabinet Releases 2017 Progress Report

The Zero Waste and Litter Cabinet has released its 2017 Progress Report. In the two months since the Zero Waste and Litter Action Plan was released on August 7, the Cabinet has already made major progress toward implementing its recommendations. This progress report, which is mandated by Philadelphia Executive Order 13-16 to be released each September, summarizes some of the accomplishments made by the Cabinet thus far, as well as the accomplishments the Cabinet intends to achieve moving forward.

Click the thumbnail below to view the 2017 Progress Report and learn about the Zero Waste and Litter Cabinet’s accomplishments thus far and goals for the coming year.

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