24th Annual Maine Recycling
and Solid Waste Conference & Trade Show.
MRRA's Annual Backyard Composting Supply Sale
Pre-order until April 28, 2017!
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MRRA’s 24th Annual Conference will be held
at the Samoset in Rockport on April 24-25, 2017
MRRA offers a large selection of wholesale bins and composting equipment for your school, municipality or business
Maine Resource Recovery Association brings you Maine’s only integrated conference for the Recycling & Solid Waste Management Industry. “Forging Ahead: Maine's Sustainable Future" will be held on Monday and Tuesday, April 24 & 25, at the Samoset Resort in Rockport.
Key topics include the intersection between food waste and food insecurity, sustainable packaging and efforts to phase out single use products, and innovations in Maine's solid waste landscape. Other topics range from workplace safety to commodities markets, product stewardship to food scrap diversion programs, and best practices for public engagement and promoting program changes.
MRRA's annual conference brings together experts and service providers from across the spectrum of the recycling and solid waste industry to address current topics in materials management. Two days of workshops offer information for municipal officials, industry leaders and the public on how to improve recycling and solid waste management programs, reduce costs and protect the environment.
Please plan to join us in April! For more information, please email MRRA or Call us at 942-6772.
Maine Resource Recovery Association(MRRA) is pleased to announce “Comedy for a Cause,” Monday, April 24, 7:30 pm at The Samoset Resort to benefit Rockland District Nursing Association and Midcoast Habitat for Humanity / Restore.
Join us as Maine’s Favorite Humorist, Tim Sample takes the stage at their 24th annual fundraiser “Comedy for a Cause.” The event is open to the public and tickets are available for $16 online here or $18 at the door.
A portion of the proceeds will benefit two local organizations, the Rockland District Nursing Association (RDNA) and Midcoast Habitat for Humanity / Restore.
For over 86 years, as a community supported agency, RDNA has provided non-acute in-home and community nursing services, focusing on neighbors who otherwise might not have access to care. Today, RDNA serves predominantly elderly residents living independently in Thomaston, South Thomaston, Owls Head, St. George, Cushing, Warren, Union and Rockland.
Midcoast Habitat for Humanity provides the opportunity of homeownership to low-income families living and/or working in Knox County. Midcoast Habitat has a proven track record of providing healthy, affordable housing for low-income families, enabling them to regain and sustain their livelihoods and control in their lives.
Tickets are available online here or by calling 942-6772. Doors open at 7pm. The event features a cash bar
and online donations are welcome.
This comedy event is part of MRRA’s 24th Annual Maine Recycling and Solid Waste Conference & Trade Show, April 24-25, Maine’s only integrated conference for the recycling & solid waste management industry. Maine Resource Recovery Association is the state’s non-profit trade organization for recycling and solid waste professionals.
purchase tickets online
Pre-Order until April 28, 2017
Click the link below to download the sale packet.
For more information please call us at 942-6772.
Download Supply Sale Packet
Maine Resource Recovery has placed over 14,000 Composting Bins
in backyards across Maine
• Large selection of products for indoor or outdoor use
• Items for work, school or home
• Wholesale prices to fit your budget
• Great fundraising idea for your garden club, school or church
• Press kits and personalized order forms for local outreach upon request
Victor has worked for Maine Resource Recovery for over 18 years and, as its director for the past 15 years. He runs the office and is
focused on marketing recyclables for MRRA members, including getting prices from markets, setting up transportation, tracking weights,
billing end users and making payments to the towns.
Ross is currently the Environmental Planner for Kennebec Valley Council of Governments, Fairfield, Maine, where he assists 85 towns and cities
in central Maine with various technical issues that include state and federal regulatory compliance; transfer station and recycling center
planning and design; household hazardous waste collections, and universal waste management.
Maine Resource Recovery Association Board President
Shelby serves as MRRA’s Director of Communications and Development. She oversees event planning, coordinates with media outlets, and acts as liaison to our business and industry partners to expand the scope of MRRA’s services and enhance membership benefits. She brings over two decades of experience in advocacy, coalition building and public outreach to Maine Resource Recovery Association.
Director of Communications and Development
Maine Resource Recovery Association (MRRA) helps Maine communities and businesses implement environmentally sound & economically sustainable recycling and solid-waste management protocols. MRRA is committed to sound recycling and solid waste management practices and other forms of resource recovery that benefit Maine communities.
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