The mantra, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle has become a simple, yet essential part of the way people live their lives today. It has fostered new industry and new technology but more importantly a new way of thinking. If you look close enough, you will see reminders throughout your community of the simple changes you can make each day to reduce your footprint and minimize waste. As we look forward to Earth Day this Sunday, take a moment to look around your home and find new ways to make a difference.
Did you know our Fine Home Keeping product line is all natural, plant based and full of essential oils? Using these products in your home will not only smell great but will reduce the harsh chemicals that make their way into our environment and waterways.
|Using candle kits from your local craft store|
you can make homemade candles using old
Stonewall Kitchen Jars
|Our salsa and pasta sauce jars are great|
for storing small toys and trinkets
|Here, one of our Stonewall employees resued our jar|
and ribbon for a flower centerpiece at a baby shower
Here at Stonewall Kitchen, our corporate office campus has adopted a zero waste program. This program is aimed to divert 90% of our waste from the landfill to recycling and composting facilities. All food waste from our Café, Cooking School and employee cafeteria are composted into fertilizer which is then sold to area farmers and landscapers. The gardens here at our York flagship location will even benefit from this initiative!If you are driving along Route One in York today, please share the road and watch out for our employees who have volunteered their time to participate in our organized roadside clean up. Honk for Earth Day!