Waste Prevention Campaigns

Wasted Food Wasted Money is a public awareness campaign designed to help commercial generators of food save money by reducing wasted food. This includes grocers, restaurants and commercial kitchens and campaign materials are designed to address each audience. To reduce waste, this campaign outlines four simple steps and provides tools and resources to help businesses succeed.
 

Campaign resources

The Wasted Food Wasted Money Toolkit Guide provides an overview of all campaign material and guidance on how to use them. There are three main categories of materials. Items that require no customization and can be used as is. Items that require some customization, and are available in Word documents to make simple changes at your agency. And a third category of materials that involve more advanced customization requiring use of design software. All of these materials are available in Spanish, Russian and Vietnamese upon request.

 

Toolkit items

The following items are ready to use as is—no customization required unless requested.
 

The following items are designed to be fully customizable. Look for the placeholder content with brackets to indicate where changes should be made.

For materials that need specific customization, including the postcard, bill insert, advertisements, flyer and measurement challenge tool, please contact Julie Miller at 503-229-5509 or miller.julie@deq.state.or.us. DEQ is happy to provide the design files or customize these materials by request.

Campaign web links

Wasted Food Wasted Money (English website)

 

Template plan

Campaign tools produced by PRR, Inc.

​Contact

Julie Miller
Communications and Outreach,
Materials Management Program