Solid Waste in New England
State Programs & Other Organizations
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State Recycling Programs
Links to state agencies for contacts, program descriptions and more.
Additional Programs, Agencies or Associations
Commonwealth of Massachusetts Environmentally Preferable Products Procurement (EPP) Program
This site provides information about who the Commonwealth's purchasing power is used to reduce the environmental and public health impact of state government and foster markets for EPPs. From this site, you can obtain information about the benefits of EPPs, statewide EPP contracts, guides, tools, events and more.
Statewide coalition 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.
RecyclingWorks in Massachusetts is a recycling assistance program that helps businesses and institutions maximize recycling, reuse, and composting opportunities.
Northeast Recycling Coalition (NERC)
Ten states united for recycling market development.
Northeast Waste Management Officials' Association
A regional organization to coordinate interstate hazardous and solid waste, and pollution prevention activities, and support state waste programs.
Northeast Resource Recovery Association
Working to make member recycling programs strong, efficient, and financially successful.
EPA Regional Contacts
Sustainable materials management, zero waste
Electronics, construction and demolition debris, food recovery challenge, reuse, paper recycling
Environmentally preferable purchasing, federal green challenge, sustainability
Health care, food recovery challenge, WasteWise
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Federal green challenge