Loop is a global platform that enables consumer product good companies and retailers to shift from a disposable supply chain to a durable one. Join us at 11:30 am on Tuesday, February 11 to learn how manufacturers and retailers leverage Loop to drive sales of sustainable products. In this webinar, Benjamin Weir, Business Development Manager at TerraCycle, will share how Loop delivers a fundamental change in product ownership and brings entirely new thinking to packaging design. Durability enables reusability, elevated…Find out more »
Mark you calendars for the 2020 MRN/SWANA-MA Conference which will be held at the BWI Marriott on Thursday, June 11. The conference offers: Technical sessions that bring you up-to-date on the hottest topics in the industry including changing waste management and recycling models, policy & regulation, commodities markets, new technologies & more. Exhibits displaying the latest and greatest tools & equipment to help you do your job better. Vendors - Click here to build your brand and your business in…Find out more »
EPA Webinar: Facts and Figures 2017—Assessing Trends in Materials Generation, Recycling, Composting, Combustion with Energy Recovery and Landfilling in the United States – February 20, 2020, 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. ET: This webinar presents the latest information about trends in U.S. materials generation, recycling, composting, combustion with energy recovery and landfilling as described in EPA’s recently released Advancing Sustainable Materials Management (SMM): Facts and Figures 2017 report.
NRC/KAB Recycling Market Development Workshop – February 11, 2020, Memphis, TN: Co-sponsored with US EPA, this workshop runs in advance of the KAB Feb 12-14 conference. You don’t want to miss the opportunity to learn, engage, network and be inspired by innovations in recycling and new developments in the recycling economy.
Increasing the Use of Recycled Content in Infrastructure Projects Workshop – April 15, 2020, Concord, NH: The Northeast Recycling Council (NERC) and the Northeast Waste Management Officials’ Association (NEWMOA), in partnership with NRRA, MRRA, the Maine Department of Environmental Protection and Department of Transportation, the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services and Department of Transportation, and the New Hampshire Technology Transfer Center, are offering a one-day workshop about using recycled content in road and infrastructure projects.
Keep America Beautiful 2020 National Conference – February 12-14, 2020, Memphis, TN: KAB’s National Conference is the premier annual educational, training and networking forum presented for the benefit of our National Affiliate Network, partners and sponsor organizations.
The International Conference on Solid Waste Technology and Management – March 22-25, 2020, Annapolis, MD: ICSW is the major international solid waste meeting in the US, attracting participants from 40 countries.
The Science of PFAS: Public Health & the Environment – March 31, 2020, Framingham, MA – The Northeast Waste Management Officials’ Association (NEWMOA) has partnered with the New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC), the Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use Management (NESCAUM), the Northeast Recycling Council (NERC), and others to organize a regional science conference on PFAS.
32nd Annual Potomac River Watershed Cleanup – Saturday, April 18: Volunteer by picking up trash. Choose from hundreds of events in Maryland, Virginia, and DC. Lead a cleanup at your own site. Register online and invite friends, family, and co-workers.
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Raea Jean Leinster and Michelle Minstrell, from Yuck Old Paint, describe the company’s highly successful paint recovery program.
Rock, paper, scissors…oil, plastic, gas…aluminum, iron, glass… What’s up? What’s down? Where’s it going? How might it affect your operation?
How well is your school training the next generation of recyclers? Are our students taking these habits home and into the community? This webinar offers ideas and options you can use to address these critical questions.
In this webinar, Lori Scozzafava, Vice President, Gershman, Brickner & Bratton (GBB), demystifies anaerobic digestion technology and discuss the factors that may make it a successful component in an integrated solid waste management system.
Dave Mrgich walks us through highlights of the Maryland Recycling Act from inception to the present. He will cover major provisions of the act, amendments & complimentary legislation (e.g. Electronics Recycling Program, 2013 Composting Bill, etc.), regulations, key metrics and results to date.
In this webinar, MRN member Leana Houser, recycling services manager, Johns Hopkins University’s Homewood Campus, takes us on a virtual tour of the campus recycling program.
Join us as Patti Olenick, ISSP-SA, Weis Markets’ Sustainability Manager, details the specific steps taken to achieve this significant milestone.
Michael Keleman explores this alternative to food scraps collection and composting currently being tested by cities such as Philadelphia.
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