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ICON_GreenStarGreen Star of Interior Alaska is a local nonprofit serving the Fairbanks North Star Borough. Our programs are designed to encourage reuse of materials, reduce unnecessary waste, and increase recycling efforts in the Fairbanks area. We provide electronics recycling for businesses and households, as well as event recycling for special events large and small. We also focus on outreach and education to the community with programs like our Fairbanks Recycling Guide, presentations at schools, businesses, and organizations, and our new recycling curriculum, to be released for local elementary schools in the fall of 2015.
Green Star consists of a small staff of one full-time Executive Director and several part-time staff, a dedicated board of directors, and an amazing group of volunteers, without whom none of our programs would be possible! We invite you to learn more about our organization and join us as a volunteer or member, or partner with us in many other ways to help make our community a greener and more sustainable place.

Our Mission

Green Star is a local non-profit that encourages and enables our community to reduce waste and increase recycling.

Core Purpose

Reduce Local Waste

Core Values

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Long Term Goal (2020)

A vibrant culture of recycling – and the physical infrastructure to support it – exists in the Fairbanks North Star Borough

Nondiscrimination Statement:

Green Star of Interior Alaska actively recruits, engages and serves members of our community regardless of race, culture, ethnicity, age, religion, socio-economic status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, and disability. Green Star does not discriminate in the provision of service or support in its policies or actions.

Green Star‘s Board of Directors will periodically compare their own composition to the demographics of their region using census data in order to aspire towards reflecting the diversity of the local community.

In keeping with Green Star’s values regarding nondiscrimination and with applicable federal law, explicit statements that require the organization to embrace the broadest possible definition of inclusion and nondiscrimination shall be included in its bylaws, operating policies and procedures, and other relevant policy documents.

Green Star will reach out to and welcome the community at large through our recruitment, marketing, public education, and awareness activities. Green Star will strive to support recruitment and retention of a diverse and inclusive board of directors and staff.

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