Be sure to keep your EPS Foam from gift giving this season, especially if you live in the Omaha area! Plastilite Corporation, located at 4930 Battlefield Drive, in Omaha, recycles EPS Foam. Citizens can simply go to their office location, and the ...
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.
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The Nebraska Recycling Council (NRC) is developing a program to test the viability of creating compost at feedlot sites for cropland use.
Kaya joins Nebraska Recycling Council as a program director. Get to know her and the ways she will serve NRC in this position!
Nebraska Recycling Council Board of Directors and Advisory Council had the chance to tour Firstar Fiber, the largest materials recovery facility in Nebraska, on September 23rd. Their mechanical sorting process is the first one of its kind in Nebraska and remains the largest in the state, providing both commercial and residential customers the most convenient and comprehensive means to recycle.
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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.
Omaha, Nebraska's Age 70 or Disabled Assistance program 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.
A website with information, resources, products, and services provided by STIL Solutions. To address the problem associated with the inaccessibility of waste disposal in public spaces for individuals with vision loss, STIL Solutions has developed a low-technology system known as the WasteFinder. The WasteFinder is a two-part system which provides both tactile and visual information to assist individuals with vision loss to independently and effectively dispose of their waste in public spaces.