NMRC Annual Meeting and Training

We are looking forward to a vibrant, regional gathering at our annual meeting on June 11, 2019!


NMRC's Annual Meeting & Recycling Training

In partnership with the National Recycling Coalition, we are proud to present a regional markets development discussion on June 11.    Beyond an opportunity for recyclers and composters gathering to learn and share ideas with one another, it's a chance for us all to collaborate and learn how to enliven local and regional recycling markets as our industry evolves.

Stay tuned for the release of the day's program and registration link April 1!

Interested in sponsoring this regional gathering of professionals?  Contact Juliana Ciano, juliana@recyclenewmexico.com for details.




Looking for information from our last annual meeting in 2017? All of the presentations are available online. To see the presentations please click on the titles below.

Is New Mexico Ready for Product Stewardship? - Sarah Pierpont, NMRC

Psychology of Recycling - Effective Education Strategies - Juliana Ciano, NMRC

Study to Recycle Agricultural Plastics in New Mexico  - Sarah Pierpont, NMRC

Glass Recycling Options, Processing and Markets: Santa Fe and Las Cruces Case Studies - Danita Boettner, Santa Fe Solid Waste Management Agency & Keysha Burton, South Central Solid Waste Authority

Silver City's Upgraded Collection Program - Terry Timme, Planner, Recycling and Special Projects, Office of Sustainability, Town of Silver City

Los Alamos County's Road Map for Curbside Brush Collections Angelica Gurule, Environmental Services Manager & John Bliss, Los Alamos County - Environmental Sustainability Board Chair

A big thank you to all of the above speakers as well as the participants in the, “A Meeting of Minds: Solid Waste Managers Panel Discussion” – Randall Kippenbrock, Executive Director of Santa Fe Solid Waste Management Agency; Billy Moore, Manager, North West New Mexico Regional Solid Waste Authority; Jill Holbert, Associate Director of Solid Waste Management Department, City of Albuquerque; and Stephen Miceli, District Manager Waste Management of New Mexico