Ballantyne’s Sustainable Impact on Local Community

Reduce, reuse and recycle. We’re proud of our community’s sustainable impact from last week’s events in Ballantyne.

  • Reduce. Northwood Office offered free registration for SkillPop’s Home Composting Basics virtual class. Area businesses also shared tips on how to live more sustainably.
  • Reuse. Over 3,500 lbs. of electronics were donated to Goodwill at the Free Shredding & Recycling Opportunity on April 22. Most donations are refurbished via Dell Reconnect. Promising Pages also collected books to be redistributed to families in need.
  • Recycle. Shred-It shredded and recycled over 22,000 lbs. of paper, which equates to saving 187 trees! 

Northwood Office also hosted a festive Ballantyne Movie Night featuring The Lion King (2019) on April 23, where a portion of ticket proceeds benefit Promising Pages. The event produced enough funding to allow Promising Pages to distribute nearly 900 books to children living in the Charlotte area Book Desert.

Sustainability within office environments has been important to Ballantyne from the beginning. Through virtual and in-person events, Northwood Office continues to engage the community in events that foster sustainability and health awareness. These efforts earned Northwood the Environmental Protection Agency’s ENERGY STAR® 2021 Partner of the Year Award.

Stay tuned for future community events in Ballantyne!

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