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MRN Presents $250 Prize to Student at 20th MDE Recycled Sculpture Contest

MRN Presents $250 Prize to Student at 20th MDE Recycled Sculpture Contest

Maryland Recycling Network was proud to once again sponsor the Maryland Department of the Environment’s 20th annual “Rethink Recycling” Sculpture Contest held on Friday, November 19. During the contest, MRN presented $250 to Kierstan Lang, Century High School, Carroll County for her sculpture “The Guardian.”

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MRN Celebrates America Recycles Day

MRN Celebrates America Recycles Day

Today is America Recycles Day® (ARD) and we are proud to once again support the initiative! This year is especially excited to do so this year in light of the recent positive growth in certain recycling markets, and Maryland’s market recycling development legislation.

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MRN Celebrates 30 Years!

MRN Celebrates 30 Years!

Thirty years ago, a group of recycling pros from the private and public sector came together to form the Maryland Recyclers Coalition (MRC).

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BOD Member Charlie Reighart Retires from Baltimore County

BOD Member Charlie Reighart Retires from Baltimore County

Friends, family and colleagues came together recently to celebrate MRN board member Charlie Reighart who retired from Baltimore County after more than 30 years of service.

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The Journey to Infinity and Beyond (Member Feature)

The Journey to Infinity and Beyond (Member Feature)

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.

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MRN Members Elect 2021/2022 BOD

MRN Members Elect 2021/2022 BOD

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.

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