A Member Opportunity: Hold a leadership role on our Board and Councils

Councils: Call for Nominations for 2022 Term
We currently have four groups looking to fill the Chair, Vice-Chair/Co-Chair, and Recorder positions. Recycle Colorado councils bring together people interested in specific focus areas of waste reduction, diversion and recovery across the state or in certain industries and sectors.

> Composting ('COCC') > Northern Colorado ('NoCo')
> Construction & Demolition ('C&D') > Western Slope

Please visit the Councils on our website. Submit your nominations, self nomination or questions to Executive Director, Kristin Kim.

 

Board of Directors: Election
Review the Board Candidates for the 2022 term here. Election ballots will be delivered to members in good standing on October 26th.

Questions? Contact Kristin Kim, Executive Director of Recycle Colorado.

**CLOSED**: Board of Directors Call for Nominations
Recycle Colorado sought members interested in serving on the Board of Directors for a three-year term (2022-2024). BOD candidates were interviewed >live< at the Annual Meeting on October 13th, and members will receive an eBallot to submit their votes.

Colorful answers to the question "What happens to the things I recycle?"

Student winners of statewide Recycle Colorado poster contest announced

Students’ commitment to recycling is alive and well, as shown by their creative and informative artwork. Today, Recycle Colorado announced the winners of its 14th annual poster contest. Every year, students in kindergarten through 12th grade take up their pencils, markers and computers to showcase their artistic talent and recycling know-how.

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Compost Operation Training Course

Get your Company in front of students dedicated to careers in the compost industry

To learn more about becoming a COTC Location Sponsor, contact Beth Simone: [email protected]. The COTC is a program of the Compost Research & Education Foundation, compostfoundation.org


CDPHE Grants: Meet the Staff

Colorado offers two grant programs to increase recycling in our state: RREO and FRWD. Many people work behind the scenes as part of the recycling grants team coordinating the work that goes into implementing an effective state grant program. Attendees met the staff during a special Meet & Greet at this year's Summit for Recycling.

Watch this clip from the event