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Bay State Textiles
Samantha Marino   |   617-877-2432   |  Samantha@baystatetextiles.com
Bay State Textiles is celebrating its 17 year anniversary! During the early years, Paul Curry, Founder, was the first in Massachusetts to offer rebate dollars to municipalities. In 2011, he started a school pilot program to learn more about collecting unwanted textiles on school properties. Today Bay State Textiles services over 100 school districts and 150 municipalities in MA and CT (over 675 schools). Paul has over 30 years’ experience exporting used clothing to more than twenty countries. Bay State Textiles can tailor programs for all types and sizes of municipalities. Everything starts with a conversation.
Bay State Textiles Brochure

BDC Capital
Carol C. Brennan   |  413-237-6648   |  cbrennan@bdcnewengland.com
MASSACHUSETTS RECYCLING LOAN FUND: DIRECT LOANS FOR BUSINESSES INVOLVED IN RECYCLING.
Administered by BDC Capital, and funded by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, the Recycling Loan Fund offers loans ranging from $50,000 to $500,000 to help Massachusetts businesses active in recycling-related activities obtain the capital needed for any reasonable business purpose. The Recycling Loan Fund is an excellent way to obtain the financing you need.
LET US RECYCLE SOME MONEY INTO YOUR BUSINESS!
Recycling Loan Fund Brochure

Busch Systems
Rae-Ann Dos Reis   |  800-565-9931    |  raeannd@buschsystems.com
Busch Systems is an innovative, passion-driven group of people who design, recommend and customize recycling and waste solutions for different collection programs across various industries. They believe in treating clients and each other with respect and enthusiasm, and are dedicated to their philanthropic efforts and activities on and off the company clock!
Organics Container Options from Busch Systems

Casella Waste Systems, Inc.
Erin Banfield    |    802-477-2870   |   erin.banfield@casella.com
At Casella, our mission is to create value for our customers and communities by Giving Resources New Life®. We provide resource management expertise and solutions to commercial, municipal, industrial and residential customers in the areas of recycling, organics, energy recovery, and disposal.

Center for EcoTechnology
Lauren Potter |   413-586-7350 x 230    |  Lauren.Potter@cetonline.org
Working with partners to help transform the way we live and work for a better community, economy, and environment, CET provides practical solutions to help people and businesses save energy and reduce waste. CET administers RecyclingWorks in Massachusetts and THE GREEN TEAM programs funded by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, and EcoBuilding Bargains, CET’s reuse store.

CMRK, Inc.
Taylor Millspaugh   |   617-851-3632  |  taylor@cmrkne.com
CMRK’s mission “Clothing with a Conscience” is to educate, facilitate, and hearten communities and individuals in order to facilitate environmental progress through the ethical and responsible collection of second chance clothing, shoes, and household items. We take great pride in our customer service and commitment to helping both those in need, and our environment.

Complete Recycling Solutions (CRS)
Keith Boyea   |   508-402-7703   |   kboyea@crsrecycle.com
CRS recycles all mercury-bearing lamps, electronics and cathode ray tubes, mercury devices, batteries, PCB and Non-PCB Lighting ballasts. CRS operates under a Class C, Level III recycling permit issued by MA DEP and has R2 Certification (EPA’s responsible recycling standard) for electronics recycling. CRS owns and operates a hard drive shredder, ensuring secure data destruction onsite.
Complete Recycling Solutions Brochure

Covanta
Covanta works with companies and communities to find sustainable solutions to their waste management challenges. With a global network of Energy-from-Waste and Material Processing Facilities, Covanta is preserving valuable natural resources and generating clean energy for our client communities and the world we live in.

Good Point Recycling
Robin Ingenthron   |   802-382-8500   |   info@retroworks.com
Good Point Recycling is a nationally-recognized electronics recycling company and a respected expert in “Fair Trade Recycling.” We are one of the region’s leading “e-waste” recycling operations, based in Brockton, Massachusetts and Middlebury, Vermont. Good Point services (recycling and consulting) are available on Commbuys (FAC110 and PR77), and on Vermont and NRRA contracts as well.

Green Mattress Recycling
Adam Doorly   |   781-720-9855   |   adoorly@greenmattressco.com
Green Mattress is the future of responsible mattress recycling. We are the largest mattress recycling facility in the state of Massachusetts and, using our in-house machinery, we can recycle and reuse over 95% of a mattress’s components. The company is constantly investing in new machinery to reach our recycling goals, reducing waste in landfills and diminishing mattress disposal’s carbon footprint.

HandUp Mattress Recycling
Erik Dyson   |   617-378-7619   |   erik@handupus.org
HandUp is a socially conscious startup that recycles and upcycles mattresses in an environmentally sustainable way, partnering with towns, junk and waste haulers as well as retailers. While recycling mattresses into its core components constitutes the majority of our processes, we upcycle about 10% of the best mattresses and resell them for a fraction of their original price. By sanitizing all upcycled mattresses and box springs to exceed state and local requirements for health and safety, we make mattresses from the best brands more accessible for everybody.  HandUp is pleased to partner with towns and municipalities to comply with the upcoming mattress waste ban. Please call or email us and mention “MassRecycle” to qualify for a 22% discount in your first month’s service fees working with us.
Learn More about HandUp

HELPSY
Nicole Pellagrino   |   917-238-2976  |  nicole@helpsy.co
HELPSY, the only Certified B Corporation in the clothing collection industry, proudly partners with organizations and municipalities across 10 states to divert over 30 million pounds of textiles from landfills in 2020.  How did we do it?  By offering curbside textile recycling to cities and towns, servicing clothing collection bins, and hosting municipal clothing drives.
Learn more about HELPSY & how #ClothesArentTrash

Massachusetts Beverage Association
Stephen A. Boksanski   |   617-423-6600   |   sab@bcbgovrelations.com
The Massachusetts Beverage Association represents the refreshment beverage industry in Massachusetts – manufacturers and distributors of nonalcoholic beverages from national brands to regional, family owned labels. Our industry employs more than 6,000 people in the Commonwealth from the Berkshires to Cape Cod and supports local, small businesses in virtually every community.
Marketing Collaborative with CARE for the Cape & Islands

Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection
MassDEP is the state agency responsible for ensuring clean air and water, the safe management of toxics and hazards, the recycling of solid and hazardous wastes, the timely cleanup of hazardous waste sites and spills, and the preservation of wetlands and coastal resources. For waste and recycling , in addition to overseeing regulation and enforcement, MassDEP administers municipal recycling and composting grants and technical assistance, business recycling assistance through RecyclingWorks in Massachusetts, as well as school recycling and composting assistance through The Green Team.
Apply for a Municipal Recycling Grant this Spring | Join the Recycle Smart MA Initiative
Get Free Recycling or Composting Assistance for Your Business or Institution

Massachusetts Municipal Association 
Dave Koffman   |    617-426-7272   |   dkoffman@mma.org
For 40 years, the Massachusetts Municipal Association has been bringing municipal officials together to articulate a clear and united municipal message, to develop and advocate for unified policies, and to share information and work together to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of municipal service delivery.

ORBIS Corporation
Art McKenzie   |   416-745-7107  |   art.mckenzie@orbiscorporation.com
Choose from ORBIS plastic curbside collection recycling boxes, organic recycling bins, the SYSTERN Rain Barrel and the Earth Machine™ ORBIS helps communities meet their waste diversion goals while improving the health of the planet we all care about. Please visit www.orbiscorporation.com for more information.

Rehrig Pacific Company
Casey Shea   |   518-441-8740   |   cshea@rehrig.com
Rehrig Pacific is a leading manufacturing partner to the waste and recycling industry providing a complete end-to-end solution. Manufacturing sustainable residential roll-out carts, and industrial containers at our eight plants. Our technology solution improves visibility to collections and routing.  Our service team helps our customers focus on their core business while we manage their labor needs including, Cart Maintenance. Working together all these solutions provide long-term sustainable benefits.
Rehrig Pacific Flyer

Republic Services
Gretchen Carey   |  617-784-8390   |   gcarey@republicservices.com
Republic Services is a leading provider of environmental services including solid waste collection, transfer, disposal and recycling.  The company’s various operating units provide solid waste and recycling services for commercial, industrial, municipal and residential customers.  Republic Services’ approximately 36,000 employees currently serve markets in 40 states and Puerto Rico.

ReSource Waste Services
Stanley Walczak   |   603-508-8932   |    swalczak@resource-waste.com
ReSource Waste Services is the largest processor of construction and demolition debris in the New England region. We own & operate five processing/recycling and transfer facilities in the region. In addition our two trucking and hauling companies allow us provide unparalleled service to our clients, from jobsite to endsite.

Strategic Materials
Tom Syre   |    434-960-0599   |  tsyre@smi.com
With over a 125-year history, Strategic Materials is North America’s largest and most comprehensive glass recycler, with nearly 50 locations in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. The company focus has been and continues to be on creating value for customers through innovation and continuous improvement.

SNE SWANA Chapter
SNE SWANA Chapter sneswana.org With 10,000 solid waste professionals nationwide, SWANA is your link to training, certification, networking, and legislative representation for the solid waste industry. SWANA is dedicated to the professional development of solid waste managers, environmental engineers, consultants, private haulers, recyclers, and operators. Information about our events is at sneswana.org.

Tough Stuff Recycling 
Rodney Clara  |  (415) 509-8453   |   rodney@toughstuffrecycling.com 
California’s largest mattress recycler is coming to Massachusetts! Opening on Earth Day, 2022 in Fitchburg, MA with the capacity to handle 250,000 mattresses per year. Our automated recycling process allows for higher recycling rates, and more affordable servicing.  Conveniently located in Central Massachusetts – we look forward to meeting you!

UTEC
Richardo Febles    |  978-856-3902  |   rfebles@utecinc.org
UTEC, a Lowell-based reentry and workforce development program, picks up, deconstructs and recycles mattresses from across Massachusetts and Southern New Hampshire. We contract with municipalities, hotels, schools, universities, and group/assisted living facilities. Our young adults deconstruct the mattresses at our Lawrence facility while learning valuable workplace skills.