May 18, 2022


Clark Dinnison

Replenysh Announces Circularity Cohort for Forward-Thinking Communities

Today, Replenysh is announcing Circularity Cohort 2022 to empower forward-thinking communities across the country to collect and monetize their materials and products — joining the mission to end landfills.

This first-of-its-kind program is designed to uplift communities through the monetization of their recyclable materials and reusable products, and connect them directly with brand partners building a circular supply chain.

The inaugural Circularity Cohort of communities will gain access to action-oriented, immersive content with topics ranging from decentralized infrastructure to destination transparency and community engagement. 

Beyond the educational component, participants will receive a $2,000 grant to support their community needs, access to weekly circularity talks from the team and industry experts, Q&A sessions with brand partners, and powerful technology to make it all happen. By the end of the program, participating cities will be collecting and monetizing their recyclable materials and products with new, community-powered infrastructure that is resilient and effective.

"Until now, cities have increasingly been burdened with providing costly recycling services to residents, if they were able to offer it at all due to broken and ineffective infrastructure. That's why thousands of cities have never been able to offer recycling and hundreds of municipalities have stopped entirely. With circularity, the city's burden is transformed into an opportunity for brands —  and enables communities to rethink how materials are managed locally and create positive impact through reinvestment of earnings, the creation of new jobs and a shared community purpose." said Clark Dinnison, Head of Product at Replenysh. "By joining the Circularity Cohort, we are providing the tools and support necessary to rapidly implement a proven solution, and linking communities directly with brands who will be relying on them for their circular supply chains."

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