Join the Washington State Recycling Association (WSRA) for their last Washington Recycles Every Day (WRED) event of the summer!
Inspired by America Recycles Day, WSRA hosts four to five one-day WRED events per year, bringing professionals from all over Washington State together for discussion of recycling issues and behind the scenes tours of working facilities and technology demonstrations. These events typically involve a full day of activities including expert panel presentations, a catered lunch, facility tours and time for networking.
At a time when global recycling markets are in flux, the market for textiles is growing and adapting to new reuse opportunities. Join WSRA for a behind-the-scenes look at how unwanted textiles move from drop-off collection sites to new homes and new products in neighborhoods around the world.
At this Washington Recycles Every Day (WRED) event, participants will learn from topic experts from every facet of the textile recovery, reuse, retail and recycling marketplace and tour Seattle Goodwill’s new Job Training and Education Center and main processing center, and Buffalo Industries.
The Washington State Recycling Association's annual conference and trade show features leading-edge educational sessions, celebrated local and national experts and speakers, priceless networking opportunities designed to help you stay connected with thousands of industry experts and colleagues, an energized exhibit hall filled with over 30 exhibitors waiting to show you the latest technologies and solutions to help you do your job more effectively, a variety of fun activities and tours, and a celebration of the accomplishments of our outstanding Recycler of the Year award recipients and Hall o
Join WSRA for our last WRED event of the summer! Come hear from experts about the future of paper and corrugate recycling, how Starbucks sees the cup recycling landscape nationally, and what the impact and outcome of China’s Green Fence Initiative might mean for the future of fibers and other recyclables. Learn from a panel of recycling commodities experts from local MRFs and gain insights to their challenges with processing and where opportunities exist, and then tour SP Recycling, a regional MRF that is integrated with a paper mill. This is part one of a two-part fiber WRED event series.