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High Country Conservation Center is seeking interested consultants to submit proposals for the development of a Pay as You Throw (PAYT) and Universal Recycling implementation plan and budget for all of Summit County (across five local government jurisdictions) through engaging local stakeholders to ensure the plan is tailored for this mountain community. Responses are due May 20.
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is seeking proposals from qualified firms to assist in the development of a statewide Organics Management Plan that will identify organics waste areas of generation, gaps in current organics waste management infrastructure, and strategies and policy suggestions for sustainably managing this material going forward. Proposals are due June 7.
Also, the FRWD board is piloting an innovative new model that will help advance communities up the “zero waste ladder”, and is seeking proposals for Technical Assistance Service Provider consultant(s) who will provide technical assistance to local governments that have an interest in establishing a new recycling program or expanding an existing recycling program, for post-consumer and commercial solid waste in Colorado. Proposals are due June 18.
The REMADE Institute has issued an RFP representing a $45 million investment to sustain U.S. Manufacturing through research and development of transformational technologies to increase the recovery, reuse, remanufacturing and recycling of metals, polymers, fibers, and e-waste. This funding opportunity will be matched by project participants for a 1:1 cost share. Letters of Intent are due June 3 and Proposals are due July 15.
The Mattress Recycling Council is seeking creative research proposals which demonstrate the potential to use hard-to-recycle mattress components in new applications and products as well as in reformulated products. Proposals are accepted on a rolling basis.
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.