Resource Recycling News

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Thanks to the work of Minnesota recycling stakeholders, residents have been able to access low-cost, recycled-content rain barrels.

The Recycling Association of Minnesota (RAM) is thrilled to welcome the Resource Recycling Conference and its national partners to Minnesota. This event will be marked by all-star collection of speakers, presentations, workshops and exhibitors.

This opportunity to increase our knowledge base and network – catching up with longtime colleagues and meeting many new ones – can only be achieved by attending a national conference of this stature.

I had a sneak peek at the attendee list and have already identified dozens of individuals and business representatives whom I have long wanted to meet (the only thing missing from the event is a few more hours each day to take full advantage all the learning and networking it has to offer).

And RAM is ready to show attendees from other parts of the nation and world all the ways the North Star State is pushing ahead recycling initiatives.

RAM will have an exhibit hall booth (No. 215) where we hope to meet many of you and share a few of RAM’s focus areas. Included in those areas are the following major projects and events:

We look forward to meeting you and hope you enjoy your time here in sunny/rainy/snowy/beautiful Minnesota.

Brita Sailer is executive director of the Recycling Association of Minnesota (RAM).

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