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Thank You to All Who Made NERC's Conference in Wilmington a Success!

NERC would like to thank the Delaware Solid Waste Authority for partnering with us on the Spring Conference and for welcoming us to Wilmington's Riverfront.   We'd also like to thank all of the Conference presenters, facilitators, exhibitors, and attendees for making the event a resounding success.  We couldn't have held the Conference without the generous support of our sponsors and we thank you!

Platinum Sponsors

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Gold Sponsors

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 Silver Sponsors

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The Conference presentations will be posted in the Conference Archives in the next few days.  NERC will also be sending out a survey shortly to gain your feedback on the Conference and to solicit your ideas for our Fall Workshop. 

Member Spotlight - Electronic Recyclers International® (ERI)

Have you ever wondered what happens to your old cell phone when you turn it back in to Electronic Recyclers International logoget the latest version? More than likely, if it cannot be refurbished, it is recycled to claim some of the valuable resources the phone contains. Those resources are then marketed to vendors who sell them to manufacturers who can reuse the materials in new products. Almost 100% of that phone is recycled, which is undoubtedly great for the environment. But what about the sea of other electronics that surrounds us in the United States? There is a company that provides a turn-key solution for recycling these products and has created the infrastructure to receive and process electronics in all 50 states.  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