Sharing in South King County/Tacoma—Join Us!
What can prevent waste, save money, AND help build connections with our neighbors? Community sharing projects!
We are all very familiar with book lending libraries (aka public libraries). What if we had libraries that loaned things besides books? What if we had lending libraries that share things like tools, kid’s toys, outdoor gear, durable party supplies, or sporting goods? We could all have more access to things without everyone buying them individually. And with less stuff bought, that’s less stuff that will ultimately end up in the landfill. Waste prevention meets community connection!
This concept of community sharing has inspired Zero Waste Washington to work on neighborhood sharing projects in south King County and Tacoma. We have two main goals with this project: 1) connect with people in south King County to support their leadership on zero waste and 2) create a lending library of things that people want to be able to borrow!
This product was funded through a grant from Washington State Department of Ecology. While these materials were reviewed for grant consistency, this does not necessarily constitute endorsement by Ecology.
Last Updated (Tuesday, 02 June 2015 15:44)