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Wyoming Flocked to Upcycle Day and Freebox

A total of 29,020 pounds, or 14.51 tons was salvaged by residents through the one-day Upcycle event.

Before Junk Day, How About Upcycle Day?

On September 11, the day before Junk Day pickup, the city is hosting its first Upcycle Day. Thanks to partnerships with Reuse Center, Junk King, and Goodwill, residents will be able to drop off items at the lot across from Gabby’s Café

Wyoming Kindness Connection Provides Emotional Boost

As we enter our seventh week in self-isolation, the City of Wyoming is making a concerted effort to bring joy, comfort, and encouragement to its residents from its residents with the Wyoming Kindness Connection.

Wyoming Wins Big with Waste Reduction Awards

Wyoming earned the 2019 Best City Waste Diversion Rate and Wyoming City Schools were recognized with the Outstanding School Waste Reduction Program award

Wyoming’s Kids Make Plans for Environmental Progress

Now in its second year, the City of Wyoming’s Environmental Mini-Grants offer three awards of $500 to students at each elementary school to positively impact their school environment.

Envelope Please! Wyoming’s Green Business Award Winners Are…

In May, upon recommendation from the Environmental Stewardship Commission, Wyoming City Council named the first annual 2019 Green Business Award winners.

Wyoming World Food and Music Festival… a Local Hit

On Saturday, May 11, Wyoming’s Village Green filled with tables, blankets, belly dancers and a drum-circle beat for the city’s first annual World Food and Music Festival

What Are Wyoming’s Greenest Businesses?

City of Wyoming Launches Green Business Award to recognize local businesses that embrace environmental sustainability. 

Wyoming Residents Visit Rumpke’s Recycling Center

Donning hard hats, safety goggles, and even a few face masks, 20 Wyoming residents recently toured the Rumpke recycling center in St. Bernard, the largest recycling center of its kind in North America.

Kid-Led Mini-Grants Help Make Schools and City a Little Greener

Wyoming elementary students helped add to the City’s total recycling yield, making the city greener, and the City gave back to the kids by way of an innovative new environmental mini-grant program.