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March 7th – Deadline for NERC Conference Early Registration Rate – Don’t Miss it!

One way you can save money is to register for NERC’s Spring Conference—Own the Future: Creative Options to Sustainable Materials Management—by March 7th. This is the deadline for receiving the discounted registration rate for the region’s most informative recycling event.  I’m sure you’ve already seen the Conference Agenda, but take a minute to look at it again.  Don’t waste another minute or dollar, register now!

When:  April 7th – 8th

Where: Chase Center on the Riverfront in Wilmington, Delaware

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DSWA Offers Tours Directly After NERC's Spring Conference

The Delaware Solid Waste Authority is offering a free tour of ReCommunity Single Stream Material Recovery Facility (MRF) and the Revolution Recovery Construction and Demolition MRF on the afternoon of April 8th (12:30 p.m. – 4 p.m.).  For more information and to register go to http://dswa.com/nerctour.asp.

Member Spotlight - Consumer Electronics Association

“Ideas are the juice that powers our economy with innovation happening fast on multiple CEA-logotechnology fronts,” writes Gary Shapiro, President and CEO of the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) ®, in the introduction of the publication, Five Technology Trends to Watch in 2015. “Rapid developments are in play in areas as diverse as 3D printing, Ultra HD, sensors, health care, automotive electronics, agriculture, transportation, biotech and genetic mapping. The $211 billion consumer electronics (CE) industry is at the vanguard of innovation.”  Read more . . .

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NERC's listserv for Advancing Organics Management in the Northeast 

This unique listserv is an opportunity to share information about what’s happening with organics management. It is open to anyone interested in advancing organics diversion in the Northeast.  Learn more at the Organics Listserv website.

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Toxics in Packaging Clearinghouse (TPCH)

TPCH supports the implementation of toxics in packaging laws and the reduction of heavy metals in the waste stream on behalf of its member states.
Learn more at the TPCH website

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The State Electronics Challenge (SEC)

The SEC encourages state, regional, and local governments to purchase greener computers, reduce the impacts of computer use, and manage obsolete computers in an environmentally safe way.
Learn more at the SEC website

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Electronics Recycling Coordination Clearinghouse (ERCC)

ERCC provides a forum for information exchange among state agencies implementing electronics recycling laws and all impacted stakeholders.
Learn more at the ERCC website

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NERC’s Environmentally Preferable Products Procurement Listserv (EPPnet)

EPPnet links federal, state, and local environmental officials, and private procurement specialists charged with purchasing green products and services and developing policies for the procurement of these products.
Learn more here