Read about this important issue and then contact Mayor Ballard’s Chief of Staff and the Department of Public Works Director via this petition to let them know that you want FIRST-CLASS recycling for Indianapolis.
Recycling programs hope to capture more than 40,000 water bottles, hundreds of pounds of cardboard across events.
Indianapolis, IN. It’s that time of year when leaves begin to turn and fall, and when area schools begin collecting old telephone directories in the annual YP Phone Directory Recycling Program sponsored by the Indiana Recycling Coalition.
On September 17, the National Recycling Coalition (NRC) awarded the Indiana Recycling Coalition (IRC) its esteemed Outstanding Recycling Organization annual award at the Resource Recycling Conference in New Orleans.
Here are the recent responses to the Covanta vote: IBJ Article on Covanta – August 9th   IRC’S Statement on Covanta August 8, 2014   The Indiana Recycling Coalition is disappointed that the Indianapolis Board of Public Works has approved...
Covanta’s Proposal Could Trash Recycling in Indy. There is a better way.
Thanks for attending the 24th Annual IRC Conference! Presentations, photos, and more are now available for viewing. See you in 2015!
Indiana has a new 50% recycling goal and new recycling data reporting requirements which lay the groundwork for significant job creation, energy conservation and natural resource protection.
Nearly 40 tons of outdated phone books were collected during the sixth Annual Project ReDirectory® recycling school challenge.
Announcing our Partnership with All At Once and the 2014 Jack Johnson From Here To Now To You Tour! Donate today through September 1st, and your donation will be matched by the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. The IRC is teaming up with Jack Johnson on his 2014 From...

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