RRC Event: March 5-7, 2014
Do you know a municipality that is setting the example for how cities should be handling recycling and waste? A city that's creative, innovative and getting real results in making the planet a better place? Make sure that town gets the recognition it deserves by nominating it for Waste & Recycling News' Green City Award.
The Green City Award is given by Waste & Recycling News to municipalities that are doing extraordinary things to reduce waste and boost recycling. You can nominate any community that you believe is making a difference.
The awards are broken down into three categories based on the size of the community. One community will be awarded in each category.
The 2013 Winners are:
Large-sized community: Columbus
Medium-sized community: Eugene, Ore.
Small-sized community: Beloit, Wis.
Large-sized community (500,000 or more residents)
Medium-sized community (100,001 to 500,000 residents)
• Gainesville, Fla.
• Ventura, Calif.
Small-sized community (100,000 or fewer residents)
• Dartmouth, Mass.
• New Westminster, BC, Canada
View the past finalists . The winning cities were honored at the Residential Recycling Conference in Dallas on March 30 and were featured in the April 2 edition of Waste & Recycling News.
Questions? Contact John Campanelli, editor, at 313.446.6767.