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US Recycling Policy Status Report

US Recycling Policy Status Report
June 15, 2021 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm UTC Timezone

In this mid-year report on U.S. national and state recycling policy, panelists will discuss what the recycling policy landscape looks like at this point in the year. What trends are dominating these legislative sessions, both in Washington D.C. and in local state houses? How do this year’s recycling-related bills compare to previous years? How has the pandemic and pandemic recovery affected recycling policies?

Panelists will speak both about the big-picture ideas, as well as insights or predictions for what specific policies and ideas are gaining traction and which could be left on the table at the sessions’ ends.

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Sarah Edwards, Director @Eunomia Research and Consulting

Sarah gained her experience working for large multinational companies including Mace Ltd, a global project and construction management company, Veolia Environmental Services, one of the worlds’ leading waste and water management organizations, and EnviroServ, South Africa’s largest waste management company. Projects delivered on behalf of these companies included the design and implementation of curbside collection services for municipalities, procurement of statutory public sector services from the private sector and the project management of waste management infrastructure including in-vessel composting facilities and material recycling facilities. Sarah is a PRINCE2® practitioner with an MSc in Waste Management and BSc in Environmental Science.

Yinka N. Bode-George, Environmental Health Manager @NCEL


Megan Quinn, Reporter @Waste Dive

Megan joined the Waste Dive team as a reporter in 2020. She previously covered the recycling industry as a senior reporter for Scrap News, where she learned about the industry at scrapyards and steel mills. She is originally from Colorado, where she covered everything from fracking lawsuits to pet parades at several daily and weekly newspapers. She lives in Washington, D.C.

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