Impact

Does all of your recycling actually get recycled?

An actual, single stream. Not completely relevant to the article, but we needed an image.

The average American is probably unaware that recycling in a blue bin doesn’t always guarantee that those items will actually be recycled. And how would they know? It’s not a common conversation topic, and who would think twice about where their empty pizza boxes go after they get deposited into a recycling bin? But the Read More…

CLYNK CEO Clayton Kyle Wins Maine Recycling and Solid Waste Award

Clayton Kyle (left) receives the 2018 Maine Recycling and Solid Waste Sustainable Business Leader of the Year award from MRRA Executive Director Victor Horton and Board President Ross Nason.

Congratulations, Clayton! The Maine Resource Recovery Association (MRRA) selected CLYNK CEO, Clayton Kyle, as the 2018 Maine Recycling and Solid Waste Sustainable Business Leader of the Year. The MRRA specifically created this distinguished award to honor the success Clayton has achieved throughout his career as an innovator in the field of environmental sustainability and recycling. Read More…

Jesse T. Zoller Elementary School’s Earth Day Celebration

Zoller elementary Earth Day vision boards

The staff at Jesse T. Zoller Elementary School in Schenectady, NY were kind enough invite CLYNK to their Earth Day event on Wednesday, April 18, and maaaaan we had a blast! The enthusiasm for recycling — from the students, parents, and faculty — made for an electrifying energy throughout the night.

7th Annual CLYNK for Schools Recycling Challenge Winners

CLYNK for Schools Recycling Challenge

We’re excited to announce the winners of the 7th Annual CLYNK for Schools Recycling Challenge. This year, schools from all over Maine and New York recycled enough cans and bottles to raise a grand total of $27,562.50. Hannaford Supermarkets donated $13,782.84 in matching funds. A note about payouts: First ($1,500) and second ($1,000) prize are awarded Read More…

Guster’s On The Ocean Weekend Sponsored by REVERB

See Guster in concert with REVERB.

CLYNK is excited to announce its partnership with REVERB, a Portland, Maine-based nonprofit organization founded in 2004 by environmentalist Lauren Sullivan and her musician husband, Adam Gardner of Guster. REVERB creates and executes comprehensive, custom programs to help concerts and music festivals reduce their environmental impact while engaging concertgoers to take action for a positive Read More…

A Healthy Debate

At CLYNK, we’re committed to making recycling easy and convenient. We are also committed to meeting the expectations and requirements of our customers who are increasingly driven to do the right thing for the environment. A few weeks back both offices offered viewings of the documentary “A Plastic Ocean”, for which Clayton Kyle, CEO had Read More…

This Crew Raised Over $10,500 to Fight Cancer

On October 11-13, CLYNK, WJBQ Q97.9, and Maine Cancer Foundation held Cans for a Cure, their bottle drive event at Maine Mall which raised more than $75,000, a record for the program. This year, a Parsonfield Maine family surprised the collaborators with a large donation of over 200,000 bottles and cans, or an equivalent of Read More…