SWANA Offering State of Recycling Webinar on Wednesday, January 22, 2020


SWANA NJ Chapter members get free access to webinars hosted by SWANA. On Wednesday, January 22, 2020, SWANA will host a State of Recycling 2020 webinar from 1 to 2:15 p.m., Eastern Standard Time. Registration is now open.

For instructions on how to register for a SWANA webinar as a member, click here. The code for SWANA NJ members is NEWJERSEY. Use the code at check-out and the cost for the webinar will become $0.00.

Webinar Description:

The State of Recycling 2020 webinar will look at recycling from multiple angles. A representative from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will talk about the work they have been involved in, including bringing together numerous stakeholders to create a National Framework for Advancing the U.S. Recycling System, committing to set a voluntary national recycling goal and showcasing innovative recyclers. We will then take a look at the legislative landscape, including major bills that have been introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate to help support recycling. Finally, we’ll discuss the importance of markets and how they have affected the recycling industry with a look at trends on the horizon.

Click here to learn more about the State of Recycling 2020 webinar.

SWANA also holds New Member Orientation webinars once a month for those interested in learning about SWANA and the many benefits offered to members.

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