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Why Do Hotels Need to Recycle? And Why Clean the World is the Perfect Recycling Partner!

In today’s fast-paced and consumer-centric world, recycling is more important now than ever. Millions of pounds of waste go to our landfills every year, taxing our natural resources and environment. However, if we embrace circular practices like reducing resource and energy demands, reusing materials, and utilizing waste, we can help protect our planet. With its …

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Clean the World Featured on The Kelly Clarkson Show

Clean the World Founder & CEO, Shawn Seipler, recently visited Kelly Clarkson to share our mission with her and her millions of viewers.  Shawn was joined on the show by Orlando’s WESH2 News anchor, Nancy Alvarez, a long-time supporter of Clean of the World.  Shawn shared the story of how Clean the World started in …

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Making Our Impact Dashboard Work for You

Our Impact Dashboard is an invaluable resource for our partners participating in the Hospitality Recycling Program.  Partners can access the Impact Dashboard to get a detailed view of their social and environmental impact over time based on their participation in the program.  They can set internal sustainability goals, track progress, and report their contributions to the …

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Hygiene for Redwood City Homeless

Equinix and Bombas Provide Comfort with Hygiene Kits A Clean the World Hygiene Kit is more than just a kit – these mobile-friendly assortments are uniquely crafted to supply hygiene resources to those in need.  Since the beginning of our hygiene kit program, we have expanded to offer four different hygiene kits in order to better serve …

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Assisting Atlanta

On August 29, 2019, WittKieffer joined the global hygiene revolution. The global executive search firm’s Atlanta office came together to assemble 63 hygiene kits and donated them to Honor the Homeless. On any given night, there are approximately 3,572 individuals experiencing homelessness in Atlanta, Georgia. Many individuals experiencing unsheltered homelessness don’t have the essential items to maintain a daily hygiene routine. The …

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Sands Cares Fresh Start Mobile Showers Turns Two!

In the United States, there are thousands of individuals without access to water, sanitation, and hygiene, as approximately 48% of the nation’s population is experiencing homelessness. Clean the World recognized this growing issue and, in August of 2017, teamed up with Las Vegas Sands to design a mobile hygiene unit to provide showers and hygiene amenities to those struggling in the Las …

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American Family Insurance Dreams Foundation Gives Back to Boca Raton

As summer winds down and many parents and children prepare for the upcoming school year, more than 15 million students in the U.S. will walk into their classrooms without much-needed supplies such as pens, pencils and bookbags. Fortunately, organizations such as American Family Insurance Dreams Foundation and Spirit of Giving Network take the initiative to …

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Clean the World celebrates Earth Day

When and where it all began Earth Day started out in California as an environmental movement full of peaceful rallies, on April 22, 1970. Today, Earth Day is celebrated by millions all around the world by practicing sustainability and making changes to their daily routine. Minor changes like grabbing a reusable water bottle instead of …

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Las Vegas Greek Life Provides Hygiene to Homeless Community

Las Vegas, the City of Lights, is known for the it’s glitz and glam. Unfortunately, there are hardships in this entertainment capital that the media doesn’t mention.  According to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Las Vegas comes in at No. 8 on the list of cities with the largest homeless populations. Among these cities, …

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Rollins College Serves Orlando

Did you know that as of January 2018, Florida has an estimated 31,030 people experiencing homelessness on any given day? That is a lot of people battling poverty – all without access to basic hygiene necessities.   To the average person, soap is one of those items that is automatically added to the grocery list. But, to …

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Duke Energy helps Charlotte

This past December, Duke Energy practices corporate social responsibility by partnering with Clean the World and assembling 400 hygiene kits that were donated to the Harvest Center of Charlotte. According to a new report on housing and homelessness, “More people are homeless in Charlotte and Mecklenburg County this year, and those in homeless shelters and …

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Hello! California teams up with the Alpha Project to service San Diego

Lending a helping hand to San Diego’s Homeless Community This past November, Hello! California, a destination management company that provides outstanding guest services all around the nation, hosted a Clean the World Hygiene Kit Build, assembling a total of 200 hygiene kits! These kits were donated to the Alpha Project, a San Diego-based organization that services …

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Hygiene Kits Provide Dignity to St. Petersburg

Homelessness is a growing epidemic all around the nation from cities like Las Vegas to St. Petersburg and many fellow residents are taking the initiative to make a difference in their community. “One of America’s greatest cities, St. Petersburg is an attractive destination for many, including homeless individuals. As a compassionate community, our city strives …

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LexisNexis gives back in Nashville

Giving back to the Nashville Community On January 30, 2019, LexisNexis, a company who’s been an outstanding partner with Clean the World for over two years now, hosted a hygiene kit build in Nashville, Tennessee at the Grand Opryland Hotel assembling 8,000 hygiene kits! These kits were distributed to four local charities in Nashville. The …

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Hygiene Help in New York’s Community

On October 22nd, Pro Unlimited hosted a hygiene kit build in Woodbury, New York. During the build, participants helped assemble 100 Clean the World Hygiene Kits! These kits were presented to Long Island Coalition for the Homeless. The individuals who received the hygiene kits were experiencing “Street Homelessness,” living in tents or even in the woods without shelter. …

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LTC Celebrates its 25th Anniversary by Giving Back

On September 10, 2018, the Learning Training Center hosted a Clean the World Hygiene Building, assembling 600 hygiene kits in celebration of their 25th Anniversary. The kits were donated to Wheeler Mission, a local organization dedicated to providing critical goods and services to the homeless community in Indiana.    Many women and children in the Wheeler Mission shelter …

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