We are so happy to announce that the Zero Waste Fundamentals course is running successfully and that we are receiving testimonials that praise our newly designed course.
One of our students, Caroline Thibault, co-founder of The Nulla Project, recently completed our course, earned the official Zero Waste Canada (ZWC) certificate of completion. She wrote us a glowing testimonial that we felt we just had to share with you in our blog section.
Reducing single-use cups and takeout containers
Caroline, together with her cousin Nancy Prevost-Maurice, launched the Nulla project in December 2019, a social-environmental enterprise with a vision to reduce single-use cups and takeout container waste from the landfill and the ocean while keeping the to-go culture alive.
The Zero Waste Fundamentals course is a self-run course designed for those who are looking for more information on Zero Waste and how to take it to the next level. It aims to provide individuals with a solid foundation of Zero Waste practices, policies, values, and concepts.
HSR Zero Waste can only applaud both Caroline and Nancy for their passion for the environment and their decision to start a business with the beautiful aim to reduce waste.
We will stay in touch and keep you updated on their inspiring endeavours.
More info on the Nulla Project here. (http://thenullaproject.ca/)
You can also earn your Zero Waste certificate
We are still at the beginning of a new year, which makes this the perfect time for you to take your Zero Waste knowledge to the next level and register for the Zero Waste Fundamentals Program.
This self-run course consists of 5 sessions, a mix of video classes, mini-quizzes, exercises, and additional resources. After completion, you will be able to actively identify, support, and advocate for Zero Waste. You will also achieve a Zero Waste Canada official certificate of completion, just as Caroline did!
Start any day, any time!
Register here for the Zero Waste Fundamental program.
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