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The 25th Annual Maine Recycling and Solid Waste Conference & Trade Show was a huge success. If you were able to join us please send us your photos or tag us on facebook using the hastag... #merecyclecon18
THANK YOU and we hope you had a memorable and educational experience!
If you missed it, you missed casino night, the forklift rodeo, unbelievably good weather, industry experts, informative sessions, memorable (and hilarious) speakers, distinguished guests, knowledgeable vendors, prizes, giveaways, and lots of fun!
Learn more about the waste toolkit HERE
Communities across the state of Maine have developed unique solutions to organic waste management. Explore the case studies below to learn about best practices to keep organics out of the waste stream.
Maine Resource Recovery has placed over 14,000 Composting Bins
in backyards across Maine
• Large selection of products for indoor or outdoor use
• Items for work, school or home
• Wholesale prices to fit your budget
• Great fundraising idea for your garden club, school or church
• Press kits and personalized order forms for local outreach upon request
Victor has worked for Maine Resource Recovery for over 18 years and, as its director for the past 15 years. He runs the office and is
focused on marketing recyclables for MRRA members, including getting prices from markets, setting up transportation, tracking weights,
billing end users and making payments to the towns.
Ross is currently the Environmental Planner for Kennebec Valley Council of Governments, Fairfield, Maine, where he assists 85 towns and cities
in central Maine with various technical issues that include state and federal regulatory compliance; transfer station and recycling center
planning and design; household hazardous waste collections, and universal waste management.
Maine Resource Recovery Association Board President
Sarah comes to Maine Resource Recovery with 16 years of television experience. She graduated in 2008 from New England School of Communications with a Bachelor of Science Degree in television production. Sarah aspires to run her own animal rescue some day
and continuing her education in Business. Since joining the company in April 2018 she enjoys working with
the towns and municipalities of Maine.
Asst. executive director
Maine Resource Recovery Association (MRRA) helps Maine communities and businesses implement environmentally sound & economically sustainable recycling and solid-waste management protocols. MRRA is committed to sound recycling and solid waste management practices and other forms of resource recovery that benefit Maine communities.
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