Here at GJ CRI, we believe that our employees are of some of the finest individuals that Grand Junction has to offer and we are dedicated to their health and well-being. For the second year in a row, we are being recognized for our exemplary safety program and risk management record.
Posted June 23, 2017 Approximately three-quarters of Americans now own a smartphone. Most of us rely on these devices to navigate the many aspects of our daily lives. We can send an email, schedule appointments, manage our bank accounts, check the weather and search the web anytime and, pretty much, anywhere. The age of the smartphone has transformed the way we do almost everything, including how we shop. Recent studies suggest that consumer behavior .
Posted April 13, 2017 Spring is finally here, birds are chirping, flowers are blooming and, once again, it’s time for the City’s popular Spring Cleanup program. The two-week program takes place every year and helps residents get rid of yard waste and unwanted household items. It is a great time to clean out the garage, declutter your home and finish up that spring cleaning. For some, the idea of spring cleaning may seem a .
Posted on March 15, 2017 Last month Chinese customs officials announced the launch of a new one-year campaign which will target criminal activity surrounding the imports of “foreign waste”. The campaign, titled “National Sword 2017,” will focus on a number of imports including recyclables such as plastics and electronic waste. Although the campaign is expected to impact companies who send commingled plastics #3-#7 to China, any effects this will have on U.S. markets remain to be .
Posted on February 15, 2017 Recycled clothing is the next big thing in the fashion industry. From hand- me- downs to that perfect vintage piece, most of us have partaken in recycled fashion at one time or another. However, you may have noticed some of the newest trends include eco-friendly clothing and accessories made from recycled goods. As people continue to look for new ways to minimize their environmental footprint, recycled fashion is becoming .
Posted on December 28, 2016 Grand Junction has some of the best recyclers in the country and, for most of us, recycling has become second nature- just another part of our daily routine. We all know why we should recycle: it saves energy, reduces pollution, creates jobs, and it’s good for our community! However, even the best recyclers can unknowingly make small, unintentional mistakes that can have big consequences. Knowing what not to toss .
Posted November 4, 2016 Recent research conducted at Harvard University suggests that, as individuals, our recycling habits are greatly influenced by unconscious preconceptions or bias’s about or towards an item. For instance, people are prone to recycle items that remain whole or undamaged, and conversely, more inclined to toss an item if it has been damaged or changed in some way. Researchers observed people were more likely, to dispose of an aluminum can in .
Posted on August 31, 2016 – GJ CRI is dedicated to the health and safety of our employees, as well as the safety of our customers and the general public. This year we are being recognized for our exemplary safety program and risk management record. According to pinnacol.com – This prestigious award was created to recognize policyholders for their exceptional risk management in four areas – safety, loss prevention, financial management and claims management. .
Posted on July 14, 2016 – Beverage container deposit laws, commonly known as “bottle bills,” have played key roles in raising global recycling rates over the past 30 years. Deposit laws have been implemented in 23 countries including the U.S., where ten states currently have laws in place. Container deposit systems encourage product stewardship and consumer responsibility, and greatly reduce plastic pollution in our oceans and on coastal lands. Follow the link below to learn .
Posted June 14, 2016 A hundred years ago things were built to last. The majority of products were made from natural materials, and most were reused or recycled at the end of their life. The waste stream mainly consisted of things like coal ash and food scraps. Being wasteful was frowned upon and society’s use of raw materials was, as a whole, far more circular than it is in the “throw- away” society of .