Join the webinar to learn about compost facility permitting in the United States and the top issues with composting permitting and how states are progressing forward. The presentation will also include the United States Composting Council (USCC) Model Rules Template and information on the USCC’s Seal of Testing Assurance Program. Most important, how it all applies to Nebraska! Get a sneak peek of the Compost Operations Training Course coming to Nebraska in August of 2020 by the USCC Nebraska Chapter.
April 25th is our Lincoln Earth Day "CHaRM" Event. It's NRC's annual collection for hard to recycle materials, held at Nebraska Innovation Campus from 10am-1pm. Bring your household goods, clothing, electronics, scrap metal, batteries, EPS foam, and paper for shredding!
It’s time the dangerous lead in your old television set entered The Twilight Zone. Recycle your old CRT (Cathode Ray Tubes) TVs and monitors properly with FREE recycling during the CRT Amnesty event—a value upwards of $50!
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.
#GivingTuesday is a global day of generosity. It is a day where you can find something that gets you fired up and share your passion in many ways. Whether your giving comes from the charity portion of your budget, your time and talent, or your inspiring voice, we want you to GET INVOLVED.
Leah Meyer joined the Nebraska Recycling Council this January and is committed to supporting all Nebraska communities in utilizing their resources and providing value to its residents.
COMPOST2020, U.S. Composting Council’s annual conference and trade show, happened last week in Charleston, SC and NRC staff was there for the first time to meet and learn from the best.
Nebraska Recycling Council has just released a “Community Materials Management Toolkit” with more than 390 resources covering 22 comprehensive subject matter categories regarding solid waste, recycling, and organics management.
Nebraska Recycling Council is proud to announce we are now a Nonprofit Association of the Midlands (NAM) Best Practices Partner. We are excited to continue on a path to nonprofit excellence as we commit to the NAM Guidelines and Principles.
I am privileged and thrilled to have the opportunity to follow in Julie Diegel’s footsteps, serving as the new Executive Director to advance Nebraska Recycling Council’s mission to inspire social, economic, and environmental change throughout the state.