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NERC's Spring '21 Conference Dates—March 30 - 31

Abstracts Due for NERC’s Spring Conference
Due December 16

The Northeast Recycling Council invites all who are interested in presenting at its virtual Spring Conference on March 30 - 31 to submit a presentation abstract.  Abstracts Due: December 16. For more details...

Fall Conference Sponsor Exhibit Hall Available

Paper Recycling - Opportunities & Challenges - Webinar Recording & Presentations

Should Munis Get Back in the MRF Game? Webinar Recording & Presentations

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NERC Webinar Series Continues to Grow — New Topics Added

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

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  • Plastics: A Complex Topic – The Global Perspective, December 8, 3 pm eastern — Register here
  • Advanced Recycling Technologies & Products with Post-consumer Resin - January 12, 2 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 — Bottle Crusher US

Headquartered in Patterson, NY, new NERC Advisory Member Bottle Crusher US is the sole domestic distributor of compact glass bottle crushers designed and manufactured by New Zealand-based Expleco. Describing the products distributed by Bottle Crusher US, Expleco states, “We provide solutions that are both economically and environmentally sustainable and reduce pressure on global landfill and waterway catchments. Our aim is to assist and support environmentally conscious brands and establishments in their ongoing battle to minimize their operational footprint.”  Read more . . .