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Requests for Proposals

 

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The REMADE Institute is seeking proposals to develop technologies to increase the recycling of metals, polymers, fibers and scrap electronics. For the third round of funding awards, the Rochester, N.Y.-based institute plans to invest $12 million in research focusing on technologies to increase secondary feedstock use in manufacturing; create cost-effective separation technologies for e-scrap; develop product design alternatives that boost reuse, recycling and remanufacturing potential at end-of-life; and provide training to prepare the workforce for the circular economy. Letters of intent and project abstracts are due by 5 p.m. Eastern on Nov. 14.

The Commission for Environmental Cooperation (CEC) is requesting proposals from prospective consultants to conduct pilot testing related to its food waste measurement guide. The deadline for proposals is Nov. 13.

The Mattress Recycling Council is seeking creative proposals which demonstrate potential to use hard-to-recycle mattress components in new or reformulated applications and/or products. Interested parties are asked to complete a pre-application concept paper which describes their approach toward addressing this challenge. Applicants may submit pre-proposals any time before December 31 . Researchers whose concepts show merit will be invited to submit a full proposal. Comments and questions may be directed to Mike Gallagher at [email protected] More information and forms can be found online.

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.

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