Six Organizations Take Home Nebraska Recycling Council Awards
Keynote speaker, Scott Mouw of The Recycling Partnership described many positive outcomes that have emerged out of the current depressed recycling markets and shared the Partnership’s free, customizable tools to help improve recycling programs. Two Workshops, “Managing Change and Measuring Performance” and “How Grand Junction Bucked the Curbside Single Stream Recycling Trend” provided detailed, practical information, plus Q&A opportunities.
NRC wishes to congratulate all of the 2019 Award Winners, which are businesses and entities that demonstrate initiative and commitment to sustainability practices including waste diversion. Check out the brief videos created for each of the winners.
Washington County Recycling Association
Waste Diversion Project of the Year
This all-volunteer recycling processor has been in existence for nearly three decades.
City of South Sioux City
Waste Diversion Service of the Year
City management has focused on recycling and environmental improvement strategies with multiple benefits in public spaces.
Becton Dickinson Consumer Health Care – Holdrege
Green Team of the Year
Their green team’s improvements in the last 3 years have led to the successful recycling of 42 distinct waste streams.
Benson Plant Rescue / Community Produce Rescue
Zero Waste Award
Over the past two decades, this nonprofit has recovered scores of tons of plant goods and eatable produce for nearly 100% reclamation of all materials.
Open Harvest Co-op Grocery
Open Harvest has been meeting the needs of the community for more than 44 years, marketing goods from more than 80 local farm operations.
Member of the Year
This global company, headquartered in Nebraska, manufactures irrigation and infrastructure equipment worldwide and deploys internal green teams to institute environmental improvements.
CONGRATULATIONS AWARD WINNERS!