Join us for the 2022 Summit for Recycling & Rocky Mountain Compost Symposium!

August 22-24, 2022 | The Summit Conference & Events Center, Aurora, CO

Don't Miss an exciting 2 days of Sessions on Organics Management, Recycling News, CO Legislation, Funding Opportunities, Networking & More!

Read the agenda and speakers for this years event or look over fees before you register. 

Interested in supporting this years Summit or Symposium and want to be a Sponsor? Check out our 2022 Sponsor Packet!

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Producer Responsibility Updates

For updates from CDPHE on the implementation phase of the producer responsibility program, please sign up by sending an email to [email protected] with the subject line "producer responsibility contact list."

Find the initial implementation timeline and additional information at https://cdphe.colorado.gov/hm/producer-responsibility-program

Interested in being more involved in the producer responsibility program implementation? Apply for the Producer Responsibility Technical Lead Position!

The Journey of Recycling Starts with Colorado's Young Artists

Recycle Colorado's 2022 Poster Contest Winners Announced!

This year we received over 100 poster submissions from students all across the state! This year's contest was special because Colorado House Representative, Lisa Cutter, was able to join us as a guest judge. With Rep. Cutter's results, winners were selected, and invited to join her, the Recycle Colorado team, the First Gentlemen, and Governor Jared Polis at the Bill Signing for HB22-1355 and HB22-1159 in Evergreen, CO on June 3rd.

Read More about the Bill Signing & See the Winner's Art!

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Meet your New Recycle Colorado Executive Director

"It is an honor and the culmination of my professional career to be working with people across the state of Colorado to improve our systems for waste reduction, diversion, and recovery. Whether the work is transforming discarded products into new items, composting food and organics for healthier soil, or incorporating used materials into new buildings, I am excited to learn more about the many ways our members are driving Colorado to become a leader in material recovery. My new role grants me the opportunity to discover the nexus between citizens, businesses, governments, and other non-profits who recognize the opportunities and benefits of moving towards a circular economy. I welcome and encourage all the members to reach out to me with ideas, information, and questions" - Liz Chapman


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