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The United Nations is requesting information on the latest available commercial environmentally acceptable solutions for the collection, processing, recycling and disposal of electronic waste from providers in the marketplace to fulfill the United Nations future requirements. Responses are due July 10.
Rutherford County, Kentucky has issued an RFI, seeking mutually beneficial, long-term public/private partnerships to achieve an efficient, effective, economically feasible, environmentally responsible, integrated solid waste management program. Responses are due August 3.
The Hamilton County Recycling and Solid Waste District in Ohio is accepting proposals for a feasibility study to facilitate a Center for Hard to Recycle Materials (CHaRM) in Hamilton County. The purpose is to select a consultant who can best meet the requirements of the Request For Proposal (.docx file) at the anticipated budget of not more than $30,000. Proposals are due August 14.
The Kent County, Michigan Department of Public Works is requesting proposals for an innovative sustainable business leader to be the anchor tenant at the future Sustainable Business Park, which is planned for 250 acres adjacent to the South Kent Landfill in Byron Center, Michigan. Applications are due Sept. 9.
The Materials Innovation and Recycling Authority (MIRA) is requesting proposals for the operation, maintenance and optional redevelopment of the Connecticut Solid Waste System’s Recycling Facility located in Hartford, Connecticut. Proposals are due Oct. 19.
The Mattress Recycling Council (MRC) is searching for creative and innovative proposals to develop hard-to-recycle mattress components in new or reformulated applications and/or products. Proposal applications will be accepted any time during the 2020 calendar year. More information is available on the MRC website.
Target Corporation is seeking to expand its pool of qualified electronics recyclers. Interested firms should contact Chris Cloutier at [email protected].
The Recycling Partnership is accepting applications for grants to help launch cart-based curbside recycling in communities across the U.S. Communities can apply to convert bin or bag-based curbside recycling programs to carts or to implement new cart-based curbside recycling programs. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
The Closed Loop Fund is accepting proposals to fund replicable and financially viable recycling infrastructure projects across three primary categories: collection, sortation, and processing/end markets. Proposals are accepted on a rolling basis.