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Recorded NOVEMBER 20, 2019 

Watch: Advancing Recycling: EPA's Workgroup Update

WHAT HAS BEEN HAPPENING SINCE EPA’S FIRST EVER EPA RECYCLING SUMMIT ONE YEAR AGO?

The November 2018 Recycling Summit brought together leaders from industry and all levels of government to discuss opportunities to advance and strengthen the domestic recycling industry and markets. Four action areas were identified to improve or advance a national approach to recycling: (1) education and outreach, (2) enhancing materials management infrastructure, (3) strengthening secondary materials markets, and (4) enhancing measurement. Workgroups have been active this past year on each of these areas. This webinar will provide an opportunity to hear from workgroup participants and leaders from the Southeast on each of the four action areas.

recorded September 27, 2018

Watch: Curbside Recycling Success Stories

SERDC is pleased to offer this unique webinar with three experts who provided information on successful programs for ensuring high quality curbside recyclables collection.

  • Improving material quality 
  • what works – and doesn’t work

The webinar was moderated by Susan Robinson, Federal Public Affairs Director of Waste Management.  Presenters -- Michelle Metzler is Waste Management’s Public Outreach Manager in the Pacific Northwest, Bob Cappadona is Vice President at Casella Recycling and Scott Mouw is the Senior Director of Technical Assistance at The Recycling Partnership.


Learn how to use the Solid Waste Funding and Accounting Guide and hear real-world experiences from Rutherford County, NC.

Learn how to use the Recycling Program Scenario Model and hear real-world experiences from Macon-Bibb County, GA.


Recorded April 20, 2017

Watch: Pay As You Throw (PAYT) Explained

Unit-based pricing, also known as pay-as-you-throw, offers the most effective means to reduce waste and increase recycling–even in cities and towns that have taken other steps to cut their trash, such as single-stream recycling, automated carts, collection of additional materials, and education and outreach. 


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