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jonathan bridgman

Puget Sound Partnership

Points Total

  • 0 Today
  • 0 This Week
  • 211 Total

Participant Impact

  • up to
    1
    disposable cups
    not sent to the landfill
  • up to
    40
    minutes
    spent learning
  • up to
    1
    plastic bottles
    not sent to the landfill
  • up to
    1
    pounds
    waste composted

jonathan's Actions

Nature

Do Nature Activities

I will engage in nature-based activities alone, or with my friends or family, for 30 minute(s) each day to connect with the shared ecosystem in which I live and rely on. (This can be anything from going on a walk or hike, to noticing the leaves changing color, to reading a book with nature themes.)

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DAILY ACTIONS

Waste

Pick up Trash

I will pick up and properly dispose of litter on a daily walk through my neighborhood, since stormwater will otherwise carry it to the Puget Sound and/or the Pacific Ocean.

COMPLETED 0
DAILY ACTIONS

Waste

Recycle Everything I Can

Contamination prevents what is recyclable from being recycled. I will research and recycle all materials that are accepted by my local haulers or drop stations in my community.

COMPLETED 2
DAILY ACTIONS

Waste

Compost Food Waste

I will avoid sending up to .69 lbs (.31 kg) of food waste to landfills per day by composting my food, which reduces my climate footprint ultimately helping salmon and orcas.

COMPLETED 1
DAILY ACTION

Waste

Use a Reusable Water Bottle

I will keep 1 disposable plastic bottle(s) from entering the waste stream, and downstream in Puget Sound and/or the Pacific Ocean, by using a reusable water bottle.

COMPLETED 1
DAILY ACTION

Waste

Use a Reusable Mug

I will avoid sending 1 disposable cup(s) to landfills by using a reusable mug.

COMPLETED 1
DAILY ACTION

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  • Reflection Question
    Waste Recycle Everything I Can
    What have you learned about what is accepted by local haulers for recycling, what you can drop off or ship to certain places, and what is not recyclable in your area? What is the most difficult part of recycling for you?

    jonathan bridgman's avatar
    jonathan bridgman 10/07/2020 11:59 PM
    Well, I did learn something I've always been unsure of and now I know. I can indeed recycle our laundry detergent bottles. I also found a great resource Seattle provides to check what's recylable

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    jonathan bridgman 10/05/2020 12:09 PM
    Welcome to the team!! I'm going through the site to make sure I understand how all this works, so I can answer any of your questions! It does like we can communicate through the dashboard. Let me know if you all see this!

    cheers!

    JonĀ