MassRecycle’s Recycling & Organics Conference & Trade Show for 2012

MassRecycle is an organization dedicated to promoting and educating about recycling in Massachusetts. Part of their work involves advocating for recycling  issues in our legislature and working with municipalities to provide educational opportunities about the benefits of recycling. Its membership includes individuals, municipalities, businesses and non-profits.

Their website provides a wealth of resources on  about recycling at home or at work. On it you’ll find a full-page of information about how to start a recycling program in a school or business. If you have a question about recycling, solid waste, or composting, take advantage of their Ask the Staff page to get your answer. Or, learn how a local company does their work by signing up for a tour facilitated by MassRecycle. Past tours included a glass recycling plant and a waste to energy facility. They also put out an email newsletter with information and stories about recycling.

Their Recycling & Organics Conference & Trade Show is being held on March 27, 2012 in Boxboro, MA at the Holiday Inn Conference Center. Sessions include a roundtable on school recycling problems and solutions, a workshop on choosing between single, dual, or triple stream recycling programs for municipalities, and an informational session on the 2014 organics ban. Their website has all the information about the day’s schedule, the location, and how to register.

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