In this webinar, NRC will host Michelle Metzler, the Director of Community Programs at the Recycling Partnership on Thursday, October 5, when she will share their new research from The Center for Sustainable Behavior & Impact (CSBI) that can help communities optimize recycling.
Join NRC Premier member Sadoff E-Recycling and Data Destruction's Matt Weirman as he shares the importance of recycling electronics on October 18, 2023 at 12:00 noon CST.
The Nebraska Recycling Council has grant funds of up to $25,000 for the purchase of recycling equipment. Funding for these grants is provided by the Nebraska Environmental Trust. Any Nebraska organization including schools, municipalities and other government entities, nonprofit organizations and recycling companies are eligible.
Last month Program Directors Allison Majerus and Maddie Ferber along with Executive Director Haley Nolde and NRC Board President Danielle Easdale attended the 2023 Resource Recycling Conference in Orlando, Florida.
July was Disability Pride Month, which celebrates people with disabilities and recognizes the passing of the Americans with Disabilities Act. We at the Nebraska Recycling Council are committed to increasing access to recycling services and resources for all Nebraskans.
Program Director Maddie Ferber was in Omaha on July 19-20 for the Managing Recycling Systems course we hosted in partnership with SWANA. We enjoyed lots of conversation, laughter, and tons of recycling information!
Almost 60% of Americans living in multi-family properties lack access to onsite recycling. Read why and how you can start a recycling program at your multi-family property.
The Latest from the Community Toolkit
This study provides strong evidence that an enhanced national recycling and composting strategy in the United States can significantly and sustainably address critical national priorities including climate change, lasting job creation, and improved health.
6 Steps to Replicate the Recycling Partnership's Drop-off Anti-Contamination Program
This document shares regional and national funding opportunities for recycling and other waste management projects.
Madison, Wisconsin's Program to Assist Disabled with Carts offers qualified residents a special solid waste collection service. This may be used as an example of the requirements, conditions, information, expectations, and application process to help municipalities get started with this type of service.