A pair of Northeast states accept applications for recycling-related grants, and funds are awarded for a host of initiatives in Midwest and West Coast jurisdictions.
Forty-one states are awarded grants for recycling bins in public parks, and a Southwest state begins accepting applications for its $800,000 grant program.
Nebraska awards nearly $2.5 million for recycling, outreach and litter cleanup projects, and applications are now being accepted for public bins for parks. Continue Reading
The Closed Loop Foundation launches a grant program to take aim at food waste, and Massachusetts provides funding to give recycling businesses a boost.
Oregon awards $1.2 million to support materials diversion efforts, and California makes $24 million available to propel organics processing facilities.
An e-scrap recycling program in West Virginia gets support, and deadlines are approaching for those interested in federal funding for waste reduction.
Massachusetts provides seven grants to recycling businesses to help boost volumes and quality, and North Carolina accepts applications for its own business development grant program.