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Recycling Programs and Affiliations

    • 2021 Annual AzRC Conference

      This conference will highlight those in the industry making strides towards advancing sustainable material management best practices, and recycling, reducing, and reusing practices in general! If you would like to participate next year, please contact us!

    • 2021 Breaking Barriers Together Event - Glass Recycling

      Learn more about what organizations in Arizona are doing to help close the loop on glass and how you can engage with AzRC to learn more about other recycling initiatives happening locally! There is much to be done to keep bottles out of landfills, especially knowing glass is one of those commodities that is endlessly recyclable. Recycling is a key element required to improve the environment, economy, and sustainable manufacturing.

    • Keep Phoenix Beautiful

      Keep Phoenix Beautiful is an affiliate of Keep America Beautiful and a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization. Every day, Keep Phoenix Beautiful provides tools to empower our diverse communities to improve overall quality of life. Their vision is a vibrant Phoenix where each neighborhood is a healthy, beautiful place to live. To achieve that vision, they aim to inspire individuals and organizations through leadership, active partnerships, and meaningful volunteer experiences. Litter study information

    • Phoenix Green Business Program

      The City of Phoenix Green Business Leader Program recognizes and promotes businesses that volunteer to operate in a more environmentally responsible manner through sustainable actions. Businesses receive many benefits to be a part of the program. This program started through the Reimagine Phoenix initiative. The program also assists the city in reaching its eight overarching 2050 Environmental Sustainability goals.

    • Arizona Department of Environmental Quality

      The Solid Waste Program is responsible for permitting, inspecting, and providing compliance assistance to solid waste facilities. The main functions of the Solid Waste Program includes: Issuing permits, certifications and licenses to solid waste facilities; Conducting solid waste facility inspections to ensure compliance in accordance with state and federal regulations; Responding to and investigating any complaints related to solid waste; Providing information to the public regarding proper residential and commercial disposal of solid waste

    • Save on Energy -Landfill locator

      Insightful website and locator tools for active and inactive landfills in the U.S. as well as other waste information.

    • Waste Management Recycling Resources

      Whether you’re a long-time recycler or brand new, WM wants to make it even easier to recycle right. The Recycling Resource page is here to provide the information, tools and resources you need to make recycling both simple and convenient. Find tools tailored for you by selecting whether you are a home, business, property manager, municipality or school.

    • EPA Green House Gas Equivalency Calculator

      Did you ever wonder what reducing carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by 1 million metric tons means in everyday terms? The greenhouse gas equivalencies calculator can help you understand just that, translating abstract measurements into concrete terms you can understand, such as the annual emissions from cars, households, or power plants.

    • EPA Managing and Transforming Waste Streams

      Explore 100 policies and programs communities can implement to reduce the amount of waste disposed in landfills and promote waste prevention and materials reuse across waste generation sectors. Access city and county ordinance, contract, and franchise agreement language and program websites.

    • Treasures 4 Teachers

      Treasures 4 Teachers stocks traditional school supplies such as notebook paper, pencils, and crayons. However, some of their more popular items are very non-traditional items like carpet squares, wallpaper and fabric samples, or ice cream containers that can be used creatively in learning environments for our community’s students. These supplies are donated from various places and help keep materials from landfill disposal. 

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