How GoalZero Recycling Works

STEP 1 OF 3

The Cardboard

You have waste to get rid of. We can help with that.

In your business you deal with cardboard and shrink wrap waste. You need a simple and smart solution for disposing of these materials. Well, we can give you just what you're looking for.

  • Recycling Experts

    At Care and Share Food Bank of Southern Colorado, we've been recycling our waste for years. It only made sense that we'd use our knowledge in the recycling industry to turn waste into food for hungry families.

  • Tailored Approach

    Recycling is not like your favorite baseball cap: one size does not fit all. We take a hands-on, custom approach for each of our customer's needs to help you find the right recycling package for you.

STEP 2 OF 3

The Audit

We meet up. We listen and we learn.

We start with a meeting, which we keep brief because we know you are working hard to run a successful business. We like meeting in person because you aren’t a transaction to us, you're a person with expectations. We want to get to know you.

  • The Right Solution

    One of our GoalZero Recycling experts will visit you, learn about your business, and perform a waste audit. We’ll review our recommendations with you and identify the best solution for your business.

  • On Your Schedule

    We drop off a receptacle to collect materials and begin taking the cardboard and shrink wrap off your hands, according to a schedule that meets your needs. Your account will be automatically billed each month.

STEP 3 OF 3

the recycling

We make a plan. And we partner to do good stuff.

We create a revenue stream with the cardboard and shrink wrap we pick up from your business and we divert waste from our community’s landfills.

  • Feeding People

    The profits we make are invested in the work of Care and Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado, the owner of GoalZero Recycling. For every dollar Care and Share receives, they can acquire enough food for eight meals.

  • Here's the Proof

    You'll receive monthly reports showing how many pounds of cardboard and shrink wrap you've diverted from landfills and just as importantly, how many meals you have made possible for our neighbors in need.