INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) this week announced the availability of grant funds from the Recycling Market Development Board. Eligible candidates may seek a grant ranging from $1,000 to $500,000 with a 50 percent required match. Grant requests will be accepted through October 17, 2016.
INDIANAPOLIS (April 11, 2016) -The Indiana Recycling Coalition (IRC) is pleased to announce the launch of a new multi-stakeholder initiative designed to reduce food waste in Indiana. The Indiana Food Scrap Initiative (IFSI) will explore the issues that cause food waste and will...
INDIANAPOLIS, IN – The Indiana Recycling Coalition (IRC), in partnership with PepsiCo Recycling, is thrilled to announce ten Indiana high school students have been selected to provide a spark for recycling efforts in their schools and communities through the 2015-2016...
The Indiana Recycling Coalition (IRC) applauds the Indiana Court of Appeals’ decision in favor of the plaintiffs in a lawsuit protesting the recycling contract between Covanta and the City of Indianapolis. The suit charged, among other things, that the city didn’t...
Congratulations to Mayor Joe Hogsett and his team for listening to the city’s residents and hitting the brakes on a Covanta deal that would have sent out ripples affecting the environment, worker attraction, job creation and more.
Indianapolis – Mayor Joe Hogsett announced today the City of Indianapolis and Covanta Indianapolis, Inc. have reached an agreement to temporarily suspend a proposed Advance Recycling Center (ARC). The facility was to be located on Covanta’s Indianapolis campus.
INDIANAPOLIS, IN – Hoosiers who support environmental sustainability and recycling can now show that support on their Indiana license plate.
INDIANAPOLIS- The Indiana Recycling Coalition (IRC), today announced a partnership with PepsiCo Recycling to launch a new high school recycling program: the Student Recycling Leadership Corps.
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.

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