As the country looks to a new normal, industries will take stock of impacts to move collection and production forward. SERDC is pleased to announce Recycling Revisited, a five-part webinar series to bring forth awareness for the Southeast and beyond about how these adaptations are going to change collection, processing and manufacturing of feedstock.
Through the generous support of ISRI and MACHINEX, the webinars are free of charge to all attendees and the recording will be posted to the serdc.org website. All webinars are one hour in length and begin at 11 am EST.
In this webinar, hear from speakers about the necessity of maintain our nation’s local recycling programs and steps to reduce program costs. The economic
recovery depends on feedstock for manufacturing.
On this webinar, hear manufacturers talk about their efforts. Our speakers will also talk about how we can use this opportunity to connect the dots for consumers between placing clean recyclables into their recycling bins and the impact on the supply chain for basic goods and emergency supplies.
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.
SERDC is pleased to offer this unique webinar with three experts who provided information on successful programs for ensuring high quality curbside recyclables collection.