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Free COVID-19 & Recycling Social Media Kit

Engage Your Residents to Recycle More, Better During the COVID-19 Pandemic Last November, we launched Volume 3 of our Recycling Social Media Kit for Communities, just in time for America Recycles Week. Since then, Coronavirus (COVID-19) has reshaped the world in which we live. Fast forward to today.[...]

Social Media: Reaching Recyclers with Facebook Advertising

Have you noticed that you see more posts from certain friends or family members on Facebook? This ever-running string of content is called the news feed. If you see more content from your sister than your college roommate, that is Facebook’s algorithm in action. When you comment on and “like” [...]

Recycling Social Media Kit

Looking to jazz up your social media presence? You’re in luck! Our Social Media Kit Volume 3 includes content you can schedule throughout the year with text and images – you have seasons, holidays, film and flexibles, and general recycling 101 information in this new kit sure to boost engagement[...]

Download our Social Media Kit

Our free kit makes social media easy– whether you’re planning an annual content calendar or need a quick visual on the go. The kit includes 52 social media posts – they include both images and text, as well as tips and tricks for making the most of your campaigns.

Download our Texas Social Media Kit

We know you’re busy. And when it comes to communicating about recycling, we know there is much to say. The images and text in this kit, geared towards Texas communities, will help you quickly post eye-catching messages throughout the whole year with a Southern twist. Yee-haw!

Earth Day Is Virtually Here – Ways to Celebrate & Engage Residents Online

“Even the best-laid plans of mice and men often go awry.” So they say. Back in February, we shared ideas to inspire your planning for the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day. Nearly two months later, our world has changed as a result of a global pandemic, but now, more than ever, Americans view recycl[...]

What Business Wants

This article originally appeared in The Chronicle of Philanthropy. Companies want to be seen as doing good for their community and the world. Charities can help — and benefit. By Megan O’Neil Keefe Harrison aspired to a life as a field biologist. In her late teens and 20s, she tagged sea turtles[...]

Recycling While Social Distancing – How to Commit to Sustainability at Home

If you’re like many Americans, you’re acquainting yourself with a new normal of social distancing, but even in uncertain times, the state of our planet’s health demands our dedicated action to protect natural resources and abate climate change. As you’re transitioning to a newfound social di[...]

Preparing for Earth Day 2020: Happy 50th Anniversary

Earth Day is April 22 but the date isn’t just a day, it’s a movement, marking the beginning of the modern environmental movement in 1970. Earth Day 2020 will mark 50 years of Earth Day — a movement that has mobilized more than 1 billion people across 190+ countries. The Recycling Partnersh[...]

Harmonized Recycling

by Jill Martin, Recycling Today Simplified communication decreases contamination and confusion among residents while increasing the capture rate for curbside recyclables. Imagine trying to take a train, subway or bus system across a city where the signage, names and colors of the routes are inconsis[...]

The Recycling Partnership Details Results From 3 Pilot Cities

This article was originally published on Waste Dive on March 5, 2018 as a result of a Partnership press release that shared results from the nonprofit’s work in Atlanta, Chicago and Denver in 2017. Read the original story here. Dive Brief: The Recycling Partnership shared new results from 201[...]

Op-ed: The Intersection of Profit and Purpose

The following op-ed was penned by Partnership CEO Keefe Harrison and published by The Philanthropy Journal on December 18, 2017. Read the original piece here. While society has historically relied on government and nonprofits to create solutions for our largest challenges like hunger, social injusti[...]

Teaming Up with Atlanta to Improve Recycling

The Recycling Partnership Teams Up with The City of Atlanta to Improve Recycling The Recycling Partnership, a national nonprofit that applies corporate partner funding to improve curbside recycling systems in cities and towns across the country, is working with the City of Atlanta’s Office of Resi[...]

All In On Recycling, Iowa City Celebrates Early Grant Success

Iowa City is on a roll. Thanks in part to a $106,000 grant from The Recycling Partnership, the community rolled out new, larger recycling carts to residents in December 2018. But the story only begins there. Iowa City has seen promising increases in recycling so far, with recycling tonnage increasin[...]

Coca-Cola promised to help fix recycling. Here’s how it plans to deliver

By Danielle Wiener-Bronner, CNN Business Atlanta (CNN Business) – Early last year, Coca-Cola set an ambitious goal for itself: Collect and recycle the equivalent of every bottle or can it sells by 2030. The company has committed to making its bottles and cans out of at least 50% recycled materi[...]

Start at the Cart

This article originally appeared in the March 2018 issue of Resource Recycling magazine. by Cody Marshall and McKenna Morrigan How do you get people to recycle more? What does it take to reduce contamination? How much more high-value recyclable material can be captured through curbside programs? Now[...]

How to Use the GHG Calculator

by Tricia Tiedt What are we wasting for? See how much greenhouse gas (GHG) equivalents you could be saving with our newest interactive online tool. By inputting your community’s households, collection data, and participation rate, the GHG Calculator estimates the tonnage of recyclables and related[...]

Tips for Working Remotely – Our Team Members’ Tips, Hacks & Tricks

If you’re one of the many Americans who have recently found themselves working from home, you may be finding some difficulty adjusting to the new norm of social distancing from your in-home or makeshift office. With employees across more than 14 states, The Recycling Partnership is accustomed to r[...]

Niagara Bottling Joins The Recycling Partnership

Niagara Bottling, a driving force in packaging innovation joins The Recycling Partnership to help the rapidly growing nonprofit transform recycling in states, cities and communities across the country. By supporting The Recycling Partnership’s recycling solutions, Niagara Bottling along with 38 [...]

ExxonMobil Joins The Recycling Partnership with $1.5 Million Commitment

Global leader ExxonMobil is the first energy company to join The Recycling Partnership, a rapidly growing national nonprofit that leverages corporate investment to transform recycling for good in hundreds of communities across the country. Through support and collaboration, ExxonMobil, along with 34[...]

It’s Official: Municipal Measurement Program Launched

(Falls Church, VA) On January 7, 2019, Re-TRAC Connect and The Recycling Partnership officially launched Municipal Measurement Program (MMP) to harmonize the measurement of material management programs and to provide municipalities with decision-making tools that can improve recycling program perfor[...]

Unilever Brand Love Beauty and Planet Joins The Recycling Partnership

Love Beauty and Planet, a new Unilever beauty brand, joins The Recycling Partnership to help transform a U.S. city’s recycling system – making it easier for residents to recycle, and recycle well, while measurably reducing greenhouse gas emissions and landfill waste. Packed in 100% recycled bo[...]

The Recycling Partnership Supports Recycling Markets by Curbing Contamination

China’s recent ban on the import of scrap materials and the resulting downturn in markets for some recyclables reinforces the importance of improving the quality of what is collected in residential recycling programs and ultimately sold into the open marketplace. One of the pillars of The Recycl[...]

Article: Dartmouth, MA Fights Curbside Contamination

Officials To Look For Recycling Blunders; Offending Bins Will Be Tagged Next month, residents may notice their recycling hasn’t been picked up, but it won’t be because they forgot to roll out the bin. On August 7, town employees will begin an eight-week curbside engagement program on four of Dar[...]

Blog: Studying the Recyclability of Pizza Boxes

PizzaBoxRecycling.com launch fueled by new studies and new messaging resources One of the heated debates we hear in recycling is whether or not pizza boxes are recyclable. A new study by corrugated pizza box manufacturers, processors, and discussions with paper mills found that grease and residual c[...]

Press Release: Alpek Polyester joins The Recycling Partnership

Media Contact: Rey Perez rey.perez@edelman.com (312) 240-2826 Charlotte, NC, July 24, 2019 – Alpek Polyester announces that it has joined The Recycling Partnership as an active member in support of the organization’s goals of increasing residential recycling rates and the need for increased [...]

Resource Recycling Op-ed: Where it’s At

The following op-ed was penned by The Recycling Partnership’s VP of Industry Collaboration Dylan de Thomas and was originally published by Resource Recycling. Read the original article here. For a long time, the story of recycling has been purported to be simple – you just have to do X and i[...]

MA Town: Working with Partnership Saved us Money

This article was originally published by MassLive on June 30, 2017. West Springfield Mayor Will Reichelt Says Successful Recycling Partnership Saving Town Money A project designed to reduce inappropriate or contaminated recycling materials in West Springfield and other Massachusetts communities yiel[...]

“Rolling into Success” in Waste Today

This article was originally published in the March 2017 edition of Waste Today. In the world of cart-based recycling, collective planning, partnership and real-time feedback keep things on the right path. By Jason Hale and Cody Marshall Aug. 16, 2016, 10:05 a.m. Central Daylight Time: “We have a p[...]

Webinar: A COVID-19 Industry Update from The Recycling Partnership

On Wednesday, May 27, The Recycling Partnership hosted a follow-up webinar with industry experts to answer the important question: What are on-the-ground impacts of the COVID-19 health crisis on recycling operations and workers? The supply chain and solid waste have both been deemed essential work i[...]

Press Release: Increasing Material Capture in Denver

Making Denver One of the Greatest Recycling Cities in the U.S. How to make a great recycling city even better? That was the question Denver Public Works took on this year with The Recycling Partnership, a national nonprofit organization that applies corporate partner funding to improve the recyclin[...]

The Recycling Partnership Teams Up With City of Chicago to Improve Recycling

This summer and through the fall, The Recycling Partnership, a national nonprofit that applies corporate partner funding to improve curbside recycling systems in cities and town across the country, will be working with Chicago’s Department of Streets and Sanitation (DSS) to improve recycling in th[...]

US Recyclers Begin Road to Recovery After China Bans Recyclables

originally appeared in the EPOCH TIMES / October 11 / by CATHY HE NEW YORK — In 2017 recycling facilities across the United States received some unwelcome news: China, the world’s largest importer of scrap material, will stop accepting their waste. GDB International, a New Jersey-based recyclin[...]

Can Recycling Bounce Back?

This article originally appeared on CityLab.com. NICOLE JAVORSKY Times have been hard for U.S. recycling since China tightened its contamination standards, and local programs are trying to adjust. “This facility is our version of Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory.” That’s how Eileen Ka[...]

Case Study: East Lansing, MI

Project Type: Cart Rollout Total HH Served: 7,200 Projected New Tons/Year: 609 Year: 2016 East Lansing, MI, a college town adjacent to Michigan’s state capital, partnered with The Recycling Partnership to put 7,000 carts on the ground in the fall of 2016. As part of this project, East Lansing: R[...]

Why the business world should be far more involved with community recycling

RP Siegel / originally appeared in Greenbiz.com The materials collection and processing supply chain necessary to support a shift to the circular economy is only as strong as its weakest link. That means businesses planning for that transition must forge stronger links with the municipal and commun[...]

Looking Back and Looking Forward – Keefe Harrison, CEO

Did you catch Cody Marshall on the evening news? He was in Lynn, Massachusetts, helping the city with a cart tagging exercise when Boston station WBZ TV caught up with them. Cart tagging is our proven approach to help communities reduce their contamination levels and we were happy to have the med[...]

The Recycling Partnership Announces First-Ever U.S. Circular Economy Roadmap

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: New “Bridge to Circularity” Report Calls for $500 Million by 2025 to Transform the U.S. Recycling System Report Emphasizes Need for Creating New Pathways to Recyclability, Unlocking Post-Consumer Material Supply, and Crafting Bold, Transformative Policies Supported by Cut[...]

Colgate-Palmolive Company Accepts ‘All In On Recycling’ Challenge

Leading global consumer products company joins efforts to make recycling easier for 25 million families across the country FALLS CHURCH, VA (November 15, 2018) – Global consumer products company Colgate-Palmolive Company is joining The Recycling Partnership and PepsiCo Foundation’s recycling cha[...]

Tackling Contamination – Say What You Want

By Elizabeth Schussler, Sr Dir Social Change, Behavior and Impact Trying to fight contamination in your local recycling program? Ask specifically for what you want (or don’t want). Our research shows that much of contamination can be solved by telling residents exactly how to recycle properly. (Wa[...]

Press Release: Guidance Issued on MRF Contracts for Local Governments

Best Management Practices report helps local recycling programs achieve long-term success Falls Church, Va. (June 24, 2020) – The contract between a local recycling program and a Material Recovery Facility (MRF) is one of the most impactful legal documents in the U.S. public recycling system. That[...]

WWF Champions Sustainable Materials Management

This press release was originally published by the World Wildlife Fund on June 12, 2017. World Wildlife Fund Convenes Organizations to Enable A Global Market For Sustainable Materials Management World Wildlife Fund (WWF) today announced the Cascading Materials Vision, a platform that seeks to enabl[...]

Heineken USA Blog: A Win For Recycling

This article originally appeared on Heineken USA’s blog on Aug. 2, 2017.  To the great people of Europe: thanks for sharing! Teams from the top soccer leagues in the world touched down in the U.S. this summer for the fifth installment of the International Champions Cup and the competition was[...]

Harrison: “Keep Investing in Recycling”

For the environment, jobs and new products from old materials, keep investing in recycling This op-ed by Partnership CEO Keefe Harrison was officially featured in MinnPost’s Community Voices section. To read the original post, click here. In today’s fractured political climate there are few[...]

Press Release: The Buckeye State Investing In a Sustainable Recycling System

Collaboration awards nearly $211,000 to six Ohio communities to improve recycling COLUMBUS, OH (May 14, 2019) – The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (Ohio EPA), solid waste management districts (SWMDs), material recovery facilities (MRFs), haulers, Ohio communities and The Recycling Partnershi[...]

Free COVID-19 & Recycling Social Media Kit

Engage Your Residents to Recycle More, Better During the COVID-19 Pandemic Last November, we launched Volume 3 of our Recycling Social Media Kit for Communities, just in time for America Recycles Week. Since then, Coronavirus (COVID-19) has reshaped the world in which we live. Fast forward to today.[...]

Social Media: Reaching Recyclers with Facebook Advertising

Have you noticed that you see more posts from certain friends or family members on Facebook? This ever-running string of content is called the news feed. If you see more content from your sister than your college roommate, that is Facebook’s algorithm in action. When you comment on and “like” [...]

What Business Wants

This article originally appeared in The Chronicle of Philanthropy. Companies want to be seen as doing good for their community and the world. Charities can help — and benefit. By Megan O’Neil Keefe Harrison aspired to a life as a field biologist. In her late teens and 20s, she tagged sea turtles[...]

Harmonized Recycling

by Jill Martin, Recycling Today Simplified communication decreases contamination and confusion among residents while increasing the capture rate for curbside recyclables. Imagine trying to take a train, subway or bus system across a city where the signage, names and colors of the routes are inconsis[...]

Op-ed: The Intersection of Profit and Purpose

The following op-ed was penned by Partnership CEO Keefe Harrison and published by The Philanthropy Journal on December 18, 2017. Read the original piece here. While society has historically relied on government and nonprofits to create solutions for our largest challenges like hunger, social injusti[...]

Teaming Up with Atlanta to Improve Recycling

The Recycling Partnership Teams Up with The City of Atlanta to Improve Recycling The Recycling Partnership, a national nonprofit that applies corporate partner funding to improve curbside recycling systems in cities and towns across the country, is working with the City of Atlanta’s Office of Resi[...]

Coca-Cola promised to help fix recycling. Here’s how it plans to deliver

By Danielle Wiener-Bronner, CNN Business Atlanta (CNN Business) – Early last year, Coca-Cola set an ambitious goal for itself: Collect and recycle the equivalent of every bottle or can it sells by 2030. The company has committed to making its bottles and cans out of at least 50% recycled materi[...]

Start at the Cart

This article originally appeared in the March 2018 issue of Resource Recycling magazine. by Cody Marshall and McKenna Morrigan How do you get people to recycle more? What does it take to reduce contamination? How much more high-value recyclable material can be captured through curbside programs? Now[...]

Niagara Bottling Joins The Recycling Partnership

Niagara Bottling, a driving force in packaging innovation joins The Recycling Partnership to help the rapidly growing nonprofit transform recycling in states, cities and communities across the country. By supporting The Recycling Partnership’s recycling solutions, Niagara Bottling along with 38 [...]

ExxonMobil Joins The Recycling Partnership with $1.5 Million Commitment

Global leader ExxonMobil is the first energy company to join The Recycling Partnership, a rapidly growing national nonprofit that leverages corporate investment to transform recycling for good in hundreds of communities across the country. Through support and collaboration, ExxonMobil, along with 34[...]

It’s Official: Municipal Measurement Program Launched

(Falls Church, VA) On January 7, 2019, Re-TRAC Connect and The Recycling Partnership officially launched Municipal Measurement Program (MMP) to harmonize the measurement of material management programs and to provide municipalities with decision-making tools that can improve recycling program perfor[...]

Unilever Brand Love Beauty and Planet Joins The Recycling Partnership

Love Beauty and Planet, a new Unilever beauty brand, joins The Recycling Partnership to help transform a U.S. city’s recycling system – making it easier for residents to recycle, and recycle well, while measurably reducing greenhouse gas emissions and landfill waste. Packed in 100% recycled bo[...]

The Recycling Partnership Supports Recycling Markets by Curbing Contamination

China’s recent ban on the import of scrap materials and the resulting downturn in markets for some recyclables reinforces the importance of improving the quality of what is collected in residential recycling programs and ultimately sold into the open marketplace. One of the pillars of The Recycl[...]

Article: Dartmouth, MA Fights Curbside Contamination

Officials To Look For Recycling Blunders; Offending Bins Will Be Tagged Next month, residents may notice their recycling hasn’t been picked up, but it won’t be because they forgot to roll out the bin. On August 7, town employees will begin an eight-week curbside engagement program on four of Dar[...]

Blog: Studying the Recyclability of Pizza Boxes

PizzaBoxRecycling.com launch fueled by new studies and new messaging resources One of the heated debates we hear in recycling is whether or not pizza boxes are recyclable. A new study by corrugated pizza box manufacturers, processors, and discussions with paper mills found that grease and residual c[...]

Press Release: Alpek Polyester joins The Recycling Partnership

Media Contact: Rey Perez rey.perez@edelman.com (312) 240-2826 Charlotte, NC, July 24, 2019 – Alpek Polyester announces that it has joined The Recycling Partnership as an active member in support of the organization’s goals of increasing residential recycling rates and the need for increased [...]

Resource Recycling Op-ed: Where it’s At

The following op-ed was penned by The Recycling Partnership’s VP of Industry Collaboration Dylan de Thomas and was originally published by Resource Recycling. Read the original article here. For a long time, the story of recycling has been purported to be simple – you just have to do X and i[...]

MA Town: Working with Partnership Saved us Money

This article was originally published by MassLive on June 30, 2017. West Springfield Mayor Will Reichelt Says Successful Recycling Partnership Saving Town Money A project designed to reduce inappropriate or contaminated recycling materials in West Springfield and other Massachusetts communities yiel[...]

Webinar: A COVID-19 Industry Update from The Recycling Partnership

On Wednesday, May 27, The Recycling Partnership hosted a follow-up webinar with industry experts to answer the important question: What are on-the-ground impacts of the COVID-19 health crisis on recycling operations and workers? The supply chain and solid waste have both been deemed essential work i[...]

Press Release: Increasing Material Capture in Denver

Making Denver One of the Greatest Recycling Cities in the U.S. How to make a great recycling city even better? That was the question Denver Public Works took on this year with The Recycling Partnership, a national nonprofit organization that applies corporate partner funding to improve the recyclin[...]

The Recycling Partnership Teams Up With City of Chicago to Improve Recycling

This summer and through the fall, The Recycling Partnership, a national nonprofit that applies corporate partner funding to improve curbside recycling systems in cities and town across the country, will be working with Chicago’s Department of Streets and Sanitation (DSS) to improve recycling in th[...]

US Recyclers Begin Road to Recovery After China Bans Recyclables

originally appeared in the EPOCH TIMES / October 11 / by CATHY HE NEW YORK — In 2017 recycling facilities across the United States received some unwelcome news: China, the world’s largest importer of scrap material, will stop accepting their waste. GDB International, a New Jersey-based recyclin[...]

Can Recycling Bounce Back?

This article originally appeared on CityLab.com. NICOLE JAVORSKY Times have been hard for U.S. recycling since China tightened its contamination standards, and local programs are trying to adjust. “This facility is our version of Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory.” That’s how Eileen Ka[...]

Why the business world should be far more involved with community recycling

RP Siegel / originally appeared in Greenbiz.com The materials collection and processing supply chain necessary to support a shift to the circular economy is only as strong as its weakest link. That means businesses planning for that transition must forge stronger links with the municipal and commun[...]

The Recycling Partnership Announces First-Ever U.S. Circular Economy Roadmap

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: New “Bridge to Circularity” Report Calls for $500 Million by 2025 to Transform the U.S. Recycling System Report Emphasizes Need for Creating New Pathways to Recyclability, Unlocking Post-Consumer Material Supply, and Crafting Bold, Transformative Policies Supported by Cut[...]

Colgate-Palmolive Company Accepts ‘All In On Recycling’ Challenge

Leading global consumer products company joins efforts to make recycling easier for 25 million families across the country FALLS CHURCH, VA (November 15, 2018) – Global consumer products company Colgate-Palmolive Company is joining The Recycling Partnership and PepsiCo Foundation’s recycling cha[...]

Press Release: Guidance Issued on MRF Contracts for Local Governments

Best Management Practices report helps local recycling programs achieve long-term success Falls Church, Va. (June 24, 2020) – The contract between a local recycling program and a Material Recovery Facility (MRF) is one of the most impactful legal documents in the U.S. public recycling system. That[...]

WWF Champions Sustainable Materials Management

This press release was originally published by the World Wildlife Fund on June 12, 2017. World Wildlife Fund Convenes Organizations to Enable A Global Market For Sustainable Materials Management World Wildlife Fund (WWF) today announced the Cascading Materials Vision, a platform that seeks to enabl[...]

Heineken USA Blog: A Win For Recycling

This article originally appeared on Heineken USA’s blog on Aug. 2, 2017.  To the great people of Europe: thanks for sharing! Teams from the top soccer leagues in the world touched down in the U.S. this summer for the fifth installment of the International Champions Cup and the competition was[...]

Press Release: The Buckeye State Investing In a Sustainable Recycling System

Collaboration awards nearly $211,000 to six Ohio communities to improve recycling COLUMBUS, OH (May 14, 2019) – The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (Ohio EPA), solid waste management districts (SWMDs), material recovery facilities (MRFs), haulers, Ohio communities and The Recycling Partnershi[...]

Recycling While Social Distancing – How to Commit to Sustainability at Home

If you’re like many Americans, you’re acquainting yourself with a new normal of social distancing, but even in uncertain times, the state of our planet’s health demands our dedicated action to protect natural resources and abate climate change. As you’re transitioning to a newfound social di[...]

The Recycling Partnership Details Results From 3 Pilot Cities

This article was originally published on Waste Dive on March 5, 2018 as a result of a Partnership press release that shared results from the nonprofit’s work in Atlanta, Chicago and Denver in 2017. Read the original story here. Dive Brief: The Recycling Partnership shared new results from 201[...]

All In On Recycling, Iowa City Celebrates Early Grant Success

Iowa City is on a roll. Thanks in part to a $106,000 grant from The Recycling Partnership, the community rolled out new, larger recycling carts to residents in December 2018. But the story only begins there. Iowa City has seen promising increases in recycling so far, with recycling tonnage increasin[...]

“Rolling into Success” in Waste Today

This article was originally published in the March 2017 edition of Waste Today. In the world of cart-based recycling, collective planning, partnership and real-time feedback keep things on the right path. By Jason Hale and Cody Marshall Aug. 16, 2016, 10:05 a.m. Central Daylight Time: “We have a p[...]

Case Study: East Lansing, MI

Project Type: Cart Rollout Total HH Served: 7,200 Projected New Tons/Year: 609 Year: 2016 East Lansing, MI, a college town adjacent to Michigan’s state capital, partnered with The Recycling Partnership to put 7,000 carts on the ground in the fall of 2016. As part of this project, East Lansing: R[...]

Looking Back and Looking Forward – Keefe Harrison, CEO

Did you catch Cody Marshall on the evening news? He was in Lynn, Massachusetts, helping the city with a cart tagging exercise when Boston station WBZ TV caught up with them. Cart tagging is our proven approach to help communities reduce their contamination levels and we were happy to have the med[...]

Tackling Contamination – Say What You Want

By Elizabeth Schussler, Sr Dir Social Change, Behavior and Impact Trying to fight contamination in your local recycling program? Ask specifically for what you want (or don’t want). Our research shows that much of contamination can be solved by telling residents exactly how to recycle properly. (Wa[...]

Harrison: “Keep Investing in Recycling”

For the environment, jobs and new products from old materials, keep investing in recycling This op-ed by Partnership CEO Keefe Harrison was officially featured in MinnPost’s Community Voices section. To read the original post, click here. In today’s fractured political climate there are few[...]

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