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From its humble beginnings in the late 1980s picking up newspaper in a Volkswagen bus and an eight-foot trailer to a full-service, non-profit recycling facility, Infinity Recycling, Inc. has grown into a respected organization serving communities in Kent, Queen Anne’s, Caroline, and Talbot counties.
The Maryland Recycling Network held its 2021 Board of Directors election at the MRN Annual Meeting at 4:30pm on Wednesday, June 23. MRN members voted to approve a slate of 17 members and represent a broad base of county and municipal government agencies, private businesses and corporations, and private citizens.
Revision 2021 is over and despite the challenges of hosting an online conference, we had some great conversations about the challenges the industry has faced and where we can go from here. A huge thank you to all who attended, especially to our sponsors and exhibitors!
What is EPR? In brief, EPR, also known as Product Stewardship, places responsibility for end-of-life product management on producers and other companies involved in the product chain while encouraging design changes that make products more recyclable.
Unique Public-Private Partnership to Modernize Baltimore’s Recycling Collection and Infrastructure
New Waste Management Facility in Howard County Will Create Jobs, Renewable Energy
Report says plastic drags down municipal recycling systems
Maryland landfills produced 4 times more greenhouse gases than estimated by the state over the past 15 years
Picture of Chesapeake microplastics grows clearer
Evaluating EPR solutions for municipal recycling
History of Modern U.S. Recycling and the Potential for Zero Waste
EPA Publishes “State of the Science” Reports on Emerging Issues in Food Waste Management: Plastic and Persistent Chemical Contaminants
RECYCLE Act Moves Forward as Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill Passes Senate
TerraCycle and brands sued over recycling claims
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