SERDC Conference 2016 – Atlanta

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Industry, government, and organizational leaders gather to discuss achievements made and creative solutions to the changing realities facing the recycling industry. From high-level presentations to operational insights from your peers, this event is perfect for all sectors of the recycling industry.

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SERDC co-hosted the Food Recovery Summit with U.S. EPA, South Carolina DHEC, BioCycle and North Carolina DEQ. The event prompted some interesting and powerful dialogue.

Don’t Waste Food SC:

Following the SERDC Food Recovery Summit, the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control along with the S.C. Department of Commerce have launched the Don’t Waste Food S.C. campaign – a collaborative campaign that is actively bringing together partners from across the public and private sector to help reduce food waste in the state. The campaign is designed to increase awareness of the economic, environmental and social impacts of food waste through outreach, education and technical assistance centered on prevention, donation and composting.

SERDC 120 & the Recycling Partnership: 

The establishment of The Recycling Partnership, a public-private recycling initiative, resulting from the SERDC 120 efforts was announced in April of 2014. During the SERDC Summit, 3 of the chosen cities were recognized.

Visit MetalTech Systems at booth #213, and see the latest from the company who is always, ‘Engineering Solutions for the Future’.

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