Become a Member

Join the Nebraska Recycling Council for access to a network of people in businesses, nonprofits, schools and communities across Nebraska working to maximize the economic and environmental benefits of materials management. Members receive free and discounted services, and can take advantage of NRC programs, resources, and statewide recognition for environmental achievements at our Fall Conference.

Memberships are billed on a calendar year basis and will be pro-rated throughout the year.

Consult the NRC Member Benefits to learn more about the value of a NRC membership, then join by selecting your member category. Pay online or contact Heather Creevan to receive an invoice. hcreevan@nrcne.org / 402-436-2384 Ext. 1002

I have appreciated the education and networking with other recyclers so much! Any time I begin to think I understand all the intricacies of the business, I learn something new. Over the years, I have met so many people that have shared their knowledge and experience, and this would not have been possible without NRC’s influence.

Jo Leyland
City of Imperial

Nonprofit
Organization

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Contact Name

Local Government
& Schools

Population
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Contact Name

Ripple Glass has been very happy with our NRC membership. NRC has done a wonderful job connecting us with municipalities and businesses across the state of Nebraska. They have also promoted and supported our program during our membership. Ripple Glass has valued this membership, and we look forward to continuing it in the future!

Josh Boyer
Ripple Glass

Business / Corporation / Utility / Higher Education

Number of Employees
Business Name
Contact Name

Equipment Sellers
& Service Providers

Equipment Sellers & Service Providers
Business Name
Contact Name

Union Bank & Trust is honored to be awarded the 2020 Nebraska Recycling Council Member of the Year. We are grateful to join with the Nebraska Recycling Council in promoting and growing green initiatives and efforts with our employees and in our communities.

Jason Muhleisen
Union Bank & Trust

Premier
Membership

Membership Level
Business Name
Contact Name

Individual
Membership

Individual Membership
First Name
Last Name

Nebraska Composting Chapter Membership

NECC/USCC Member Level
Organization Name
Contact Name

Note:
NECC membership also requires a joint NRC membership. If you are not yet an NRC member, in addition to joining the appropriate NECC/USCC member level, please also join your NRC level above. If you wish to pay by check, mail it to:

Nebraska Recycling Council
3800 VerMaas Pl, Ste 102
Lincoln, NE 68502

Questions?
Call or email Heather at:
(402) 601-2972
hcreevan@nrcne.org

Award Winners from 2019 Annual Conference

CHaRM Collection Event

Composting Tour of Big Red Worms

The Nebraska Recycling Council has been a valuable resource for our Zero Waste programs in Wayne. Their expertise, encouragement and leadership has helped the Wayne Green Team find success in a variety of ways, such as securing a large grant for over 30 park recycling bins, preventing a proposal to charge for recyclables dropped off at our transfer station, funding a Zero Waste marketing campaign on how to reduce waste, and so much more.

As an NRC member, we are able to consistently call upon NRC for advice and information, and they are always there for us. They are a terrific resource for connecting us to grants, haulers, and other like-minded communities across the region. Plus, they offer so many valuable seminars and workshops, providing us with best practices and ideas to continue efforts in Wayne. The networking opportunities at these events are endless and have become a further source of encouragement and support. Thanks to the NRC’s connections, we even started a successful glass recycling program in our rural community.

We consider NRC one of our most valuable partners and look forward to continuing to work with them on our journey to zero waste.

Sandy Brown
Wayne Green Team

OUR MISSION

To maximize the economic and environmental benefits of resource recovery in Nebraska.