Nebraska Recycling Council (NRC) welcomes Heather Creevan as the new Executive Director, announced during the 2019 Awards Luncheon and Workshops on October 4, 2019.
Ever go to BLUE Sushi Sake Grill? How about Flagship Commons? Or The Escape Omaha? If you go to any of THESE hundreds of Omaha and Lincoln area businesses, you can support NRC in one of the easiest ways! Download the free TAGG (Together a Greater Good) app, and take a picture of the receipt from your purchase. Choose Nebraska Recycling Council as your charity organization, and the business will donate to us at no extra cost to you!
In our continuing series of conversations with members, NRC interviewed Mark Coffin, volunteer Veteran Outreach Coordinator for Habitat for Humanity of Omaha. A veteran of the U.S. Army, Mark has served around the world over the course of 27 years, stationed in various stateside assignments as well as South Korea, Panama, Germany, Bosnia, Iraq and Afghanistan.
Now that the Nebraska Recycling Council is a state chapter of the U.S. Composting Council, we will include recent and upcoming events related to the composting industry in Nebraska and nationally in our newsletter from time to time. Here’s our first installment.
NRC's 2019 Annual Awards Luncheon & Workshops "Year of the Community" is a unique one-day event, packed with opportunities for individuals and organizations from all around Nebraska and the surrounding region. Registration is officially open, so join us Friday, October 4th for a workshop or two, the vendor trade show, and luncheon showcasing keynote Scott Mouw and this year's award winners.
The Nebraska Recycling Council has grant funds of up to $20,000 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.