is the statewide coalition of individuals, municipalities, businesses,
institutions and nonprofits dedicated to promoting and realizing the
economic, social and environmental benefits resulting from reducing, reusing
and recycling, and to increasing the utilization of recycled products.
to our unique Board and membership that draws from both the businesses that
provide the recycling infrastructure and the municipalities that use those
services, we are primed to provide leadership and expertise on waste
reduction and materials recovery. We
examine each obstacle to increasing recycling with the goal of finding the
right solution to maximize impact for all.
THEY EDUCATE ABOUT THE BENEFITS OF
educate to ensure that the benefits of recycling are properly understood.
There has long been a mysticism around waste removal. It is easy to turn a
blind eye when it comes to trash. And some, even some decision makers, still
view recycling as strictly an environmental trend. But the benefits from
reducing, reusing and recycling go far beyond.
their website here: http://www.massrecycle.org/
CMMCP WAS selected to receive
MassRecycle’s 2011 BRONZE Award in the Institution & Non-profit
category. MassRecycle’s Annual Recycling Awards recognize individuals,
businesses, municipalities and organizations for their outstanding efforts to
increase recycling and eliminate waste in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Through an independent peer review process, CMMCP was chosen for our
significant impact out of a field of 54 candidates nominated this year. CMMCP
is honored to be selected by MassRecycle and receive the recognition for our
used tire program.
MassRecycle is a statewide coalition
of individuals, governments, businesses, institutions and non-profit
organizations dedicated to promoting and realizing the vital environmental,
social and economic benefits created by reducing, reusing, and recycling
waste materials, and by increasing the utilization of recycled products. For
more information on MassRecycle, check their webpage here: http://massrecycle.org/