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Using Recycled Content in Infrastructure Virtual Workshop — November 16–17, 2020

Agenda         Registration Required

NH DES CEUs available for attending the Workshop

Fall Conference Sponsor Exhibit Hall Available

Northeast Glass Forum Sponsor Exhibit Hall Available

Container Deposit Laws – Taking their Effectiveness to the Next Level through Global Best Practices Recording & Presentations

NERC Webinar Series Continues to Grow — New Topics Added

All webinars are free. Thank you to our webinar sponsors.

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  • Driving Recycling Markets — Introduction to the Government Recycling Demand Champion Program, November 5, 2 pm eastern — Register here
  • ReCook Cafe, November 10, 2 pm eastern — Register here
  • Should Munis Get Back in the MRF Game?, November 12, 1:30 p.m. eastern — Register Here  PROP CEUs available for attending the webinar
  • Recycled Content in Paper – Opportunities & Challenges, December 2, 2 pm eastern — Register here
  • Plastics: A Complex Topic – The Global Perspective, December 8, 3 pm eastern — Register here
  • Buying Recycled - A Training, January 13, 2 pm eastern — Register here
  • Depackaging & Commercial Composting – An Integrated System for Organics Recycling, January 20, 2 pm eastern — Register here
  • Driving Recycling Markets — Introduction to the Government Recycling Demand Champion Program, January 27, 2 pm eastern — Register here
  • Recycling Markets in 2021, January 28, 2 pm eastern - Register here
  • Strategies for Collecting Residential Food Waste – February 3, 2 pm eastern — Register here

NH DES CEUs available for attending the webinars

Member Spotlight — GDB International

Established in 1993, new NERC Advisory Member GDB International generatesand markets recycled products, including plastics, paints, metals and paper, to customers in more than 65 countries. The company states that it “has become one of the leading proponents of conservation of natural resources by encouraging companies to recycle their waste and scrap.”

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