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.
With back-to-school shopping just around the corner and Christmas not far behind, shopping with AmazonSmile is one of the easiest ways you can help out Nebraska Recycling Council at no extra cost! Prime Day is also a chance to get some great deals and generate AmazonSmile donations to us.
The Nebraska Recycling Council (NRC) is pleased to announce a juried poster competition for Nebraska artists. Cash awards will be provided for the top 3 submissions. All emerging and established Nebraska artists are encouraged to submit an ...
Tuesday, June 11th
12:00 - 1:00 PM
The Nebraska Recycling Council invites you to a special event to mark the formation of the Nebraska Chapter of the U.S. Composting Council. The event will include open discussion, presentations, and a tour of a composting ...
Earl (Spud) Rowley is executive director of Keep Kimball Beautiful and manager of the Kimball Recycling Center. He has been in this position since February 2017. Recently the City of Kimball Board of Public Works compiled data about the city-owned landfill and compared it with data from the Kimball Recycling Center to calculate the savings or loss their recycling program provided to taxpayers in 2018.
Announced by NEDEE in June, the Nebraska Recycling Council was awarded a WRR Grant that will fund a six-month project to build a community toolkit containing resources useful to rural municipalities. It will contain best practices in resource recovery systems, funding information for recycling programs, case studies, waste characterization methodologies, sample ordinances, analysis and decision-making tools.
Community Services Fund of Nebraska connects companies, employees, and Nebraska non-profits. They support employers in their efforts to increase community engagement, and they support employees and individual donors in their efforts to increase the quality of life in their community. Plus, their non-profit member organizations represent education, environment, social justice, animals, the arts, and more.
To celebrate Earth Day, NRC held a CHaRM Event (Collection for Hard to Recycle Materials) at Nebraska Innovation Campus on Saturday, April 27th. We had a successful day, collecting a total of 27,882 pounds of recyclables, more than double the amount from last year.
1. Nebraska Recycling Council (NRC) will organize a month of collection events in 2020 with 16 Nebraska communities