Editor: GreenZone


As we go about our daily lives, it’s easy to forget the impact we have on the planet. From the waste we generate to the resources we consume, our actions can have far-reaching consequences. That’s why it’s more important than ever to take steps to reduce our impact and work towards a more sustainable future. One of the easiest and most effective ways to do this is by recycling. Not only does it keep waste out of landfills, but it can also help you earn GZX through the GreenZone platform.

Recycling aluminum and plastic is a great way to get started. Aluminum cans and plastic bottles are some of the most common recyclables, and they can be found just about everywhere. When recycled, these materials can be turned into new products, reducing the need for virgin materials and conserving energy. And if you recycle them through GreenZone, you can earn GZX as a reward for your efforts.

But recycling isn’t just about earning rewards. It’s also a vital step in protecting our planet. Every year, millions of tons of plastic end up in our oceans, where it can harm wildlife and damage ecosystems. By recycling, we can help keep these materials out of the environment and reduce our impact on the planet.

That’s why GreenZone is partnering with RVG fishing area and waterway cleanup to host a beach cleanup on March 25, 2023. The event will take place at Jaime J Zapata Memorial Boat Ramp, and it’s a great opportunity to earn GZX while making a difference in your community. And if you can’t make it to the beach cleanup, don’t worry – there will be another chance to earn rewards on April 15, 2023, with the SPI Beach Cleanup.

GreenZone is committed to expanding and growing the community organically, and these events are just one way we’re working towards a more sustainable future. So if you want to earn rewards and make a difference in your community, start by recycling aluminum and plastic. And don’t forget to join us for our upcoming beach cleanups – there’s only 33 days left until the next one!

For more information about the Clean up March 25 : https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=pfbid02ViDqAiqsVVJ1wCtqFbAJr1GNH3hJCW3AQceccU9BXd4PpWGmjyac8viKdg1mBetcl&id=100064952683171&mibextid=qC1gEa