National Recycling Strategy: Part One of a Series on Building a Circular Economy - Join the Effort
The National Recycling Strategy: Part One of a Series on Building a Circular Economy is focused on advancing the national municipal solid waste (MSW) recycling system and identifies strategic objectives and actions to create a stronger, more resilient and cost-effective U.S. MSW recycling system. It is part one of a series dedicated to building a circular economy for all, an economy where material use is reduced, materials are redesigned to be less resource intensive, and waste is recaptured as a resource for new products.
There are many ways to get involved in implementing the National Recycling Strategy:
- Learn about actions. Find details on each action, including their outputs, in the Implementation Plan Online Platform.
- Take action. Visit the Implementation Plan Online Platform to find which action(s) your organization could lead or support. Submit the webform indicating your interest to lead or support action implementation.
- Support an active action. Reach out to action leader(s) about possible roles through the contact information provided in the Implementation Plan Online Platform.
- Propose a new action. Ideas for new actions can be shared at any time. For information about how to propose an action, visit the Lifecycle of a Circular Economy Strategy action webpage.
- Stay connected. Fill out this form to receive periodic updates related to EPA's efforts including grants related to recycling, reducing food waste and loss, and supporting a circular economy for all.
For any other questions or comments, please reach out to EPARecycles@epa.gov.