Being involved in the community is a way of life for us at Fisher Recycling. It’s a standard expected of each team member. Since the company’s inception, the list of organizations and events that we have assisted abounds.
Here are just a examples of Fisher Recycling’s commitment to our community:
Why it’s important to “Go Local” and how to do it:
Charleston has an alliance of local independent businesses. It is Lowcountry Local First, www.lowcountrylocalfirst.org, we support them whenever we can by doing business with the membership and our community. Check out their website for fascinating facts about spending dollars in our town.
Ask stores, food markets and restaurants about the origins of their products. Let the owners know you care about conscientious sourcing.
Support local artists and craftspeople. Artist co-ops and many galleries represent regional artists.
When remodeling, hire local iron and metalworkers; textile; cabinet, furniture and lamp makers. Try not to order from catalogs online, avoid shipping and spend your dollars locally.