Virtual Trade Show

**Organizations that will have job opportunities advertised at conference.

Bay State Textiles
Samantha Marino  |   508-402-0079  |  samantha@baystatetextiles.com 
Bay State Textiles is a Massachusetts-based company working to keep textiles out of the waste stream, educate students and raise money for the schools and towns across the Commonwealth with their rebate program. This highly successful program currently partners with more than 100 school districts, 150 municipalities, over 600 schools and several colleges and universities. Bay State Textiles gives back thousands of dollars to communities and schools every year.
Bay State Textiles Flyer  |  Accepted Items List  |  R2023 Rebate Program 2023

BDC Capital  
Scott Brunini  |  781-928-1127  |  sbrunini@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!

Black Earth Compost **
Jean Grobe  |  617-803-6325  |  grobe@blackearthcompost.com
Black Earth Compost is the leading full service organics hauler in New England. They collect food scraps from residents and businesses and turn them into compost to improve soil health and grow more food – full circle sustainability! Curbside compost collection is the easiest way to compost the most amount of organic material and reduce your waste by 30%.
Black Earth Compost on Facebook

JOBS at Black Earth Compost: Collector

Carton Council of North America
Michele Wagner  |  303-710-5355  | micheleawagner@gmail.com

The Carton Council and its member companies are committed to building a sustainable infrastructure for food and beverage carton recycling through a united and collaborative effort. They work toward the continual goal of adding access and growing food and beverage carton recycling throughout the U.S.
Carton Council on Facebook  |  Carton Council on Instagram

Casella Waste Systems
Erin Banfield    |    802-477-2870   |   erin.banfield@casella.com
Casella Waste Systems, Inc., headquartered in Rutland, Vermont, is one of the largest recyclers and most experienced fully integrated resource management companies in the Eastern United States. Founded in 1975 as a single truck collection service, Casella has grown its operations to provide solid waste collection and disposal, transfer, recycling, and organics services to more than one million residential, commercial, municipal, institutional, and industrial customers and provides professional resource management services to over 10,000 customer locations in more than 40 states.
Casella on Facebook

Center for EcoTechnology (CET)
Samantha Salvatore  |  413-586-7350  |  samantha.salvatore@cetonline.org
Through innovative pilot programs and production scale services CET offers resilient climate solutions for people and businesses. CET administers RecyclingWorks in Massachusetts and THE GREEN TEAM programs funded by the MassDEP, supports Covanta’s work to keep mercury out of the environment, and founded the reclaimed and surplus building materials store, EcoBuilding Bargains.

JOBS at CET: Various Positions at EcoBuilding Bargains, Outreach Coordinator (Communication & Relationship Development), Project Manager, Program Consultant (Commercial Energy, Program Delivery), Residential Energy Auditor, Residential Energy Auditor (Technical Services), Waste Reduction Consultant (Field Based NY, Technical Services)

CleanRiver Recycling Solutions
1 888-646-4246  |  marketing@cleanriver.com
At CleanRiver, we believe that a successful recycling program starts with the 3C’s: Culture, Communication, and Collection. We provide top-of-the-line recycling containers made of the highest possible recycled content, as well as consultancy services backed by our 30 years of experience in waste management and sustainability. Our team is passionate about helping you create a more sustainable environment through tailored solutions to your individual needs – no matter how big or small!

CMRK, Inc. 
Judy Vallecillo  |  774-578-8487  |  judy@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.
CMRK on LinkedIn 

Covanta
Steven Bandarra |   413-586-7350    |  steven.bandarra@cetonline.org
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.

Dream Green Recycling
Cole Wojtkowski  |  413-358-7857  |  cole@dreamgreenrecycling.com
Dream Green Recycling is a Massachusetts based company working to help keep mattresses out of landfills, and provide an easy option for towns, municipalities, and residents to dispose of their mattresses. We are also focused on educating people about the importance of recycling and making sure the process is done correctly.
Dream Green Recycling on Facebook

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, our goal is to 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.
Green Mattress Recycling Flyer

HandUp Mattress Recycling
Erik Dyson   |   617-378-7619   |   erik@handupus.org
HandUp Mattress is a social impact company that aims to reduce the significant negative environmental impact of mattresses going into the waste stream. We do this in two ways: Recycling: we take end-of-life mattresses and break them down to harvest the recyclable components (steel, cotton, foam, and wood) to recycle 80% of the weight of every mattress. Resale (Upcycling): we take gently used mattresses and clean and sanitize them (according to MA state standards) to extend the life of high-quality, name-brand mattresses.
HandUp on Facebook

HELPSY
Nicole Pellagrino   |   917-238-2976  |  nicole@helpsy.co
Helpsy is a Certified B Corp working to solve the textile waste problem. Americans throw 85% of their clothes in the trash. Helpsy has diverted more than 75,000 tons of used clothing, saving municipalities millions in waste disposal and providing millions in funding to nonprofit, municipal, and commercial partners.
Helpsy Flyer

Interstate Refrigerant Recovery Inc. (IRRI)
Tim Maloof  |  866-533-7366  |  Freon1@comcast.net
Since 2000, IRRI has been removing and recycling refrigerant from both large and small appliances. We work with over 500 towns and communities recycling refrigerant from appliances dropped off in nine states.  In addition to offering drop off to residential, we work with commercial companies to remove refrigerants from rooftop and chiller units that are being replaced or recycled. We offer commercial onsite testing and removal. We are certified and compliant with all EPA and OSHA guidelines and provide all documentation required. Call us today for a recovery or consult when planning your next commercial project.

Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection
Rachel Smith  |  617-694-1324  |  Rachel.Smith@Mass.gov
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

Nova Products
Sadaf Yousaf   |  905-871-4766 x514  |   sadaf@penplast.com
Nova Products has a distinct product line for recycling at home, at work or at school. Whether you are implementing a curbside recycling program, trying to increase recycling at offices and businesses or increasing recycling and composting at schools, Nova has a container that works. We carry the only curbside recycle bins that can be customized with indoor or outdoor lids and the only kitchen and curbside organics/food waste containers that can be customized with vented lids, solid lids or lids with a quick-drop hole.
Nova Product Details  |  Nova Product Catalog

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.

Planet Aid
Wayne Michaud  |  774-233-6081  |  wmichaud@planetaid.org
Planet Aid is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded in 1997 to keep used clothes and shoes out of landfills and fund community development projects in the U.S. and abroad. Planet Aid has collected roughly 1.8 billion pounds of used textiles and raised roughly $100 million for locally led community development.
Planet Aid 2022 Annual Report

Recycleworks, Inc.
Joe Coletti  |  617 816 2488  |  Jcoletti@recycleworksinc.com
Recycleworks is New England’s largest food and beverage upcycling solutions provider. We provide Zero-waste solutions to food and beverage companies throughout the country.

Recycling Rules!
Thomas Jung  |  404-307-7550  |  tom@recyclingrules.org
Recycling Rules makes it easy for residents to find the recycling information they need! Our mobile-friendly solution is highly customizable, easy to navigate and simple to maintain. Great for recycling committees looking to assist DPW in growing their town’s recycling program. It’s also the perfect tool to easily improve upon your town’s recycling web pages. No coding skills necessary. Even the smallest town can now have a “big city” look and feel to their recycling information.
Recycling Rules! Info

Rehrig Pacific Company
Stephen Mullis   |   781-264-5251   | smullis@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.

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 theNew 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.
ReSource Waste Flyer

Rezzi
Andrew Murray  |  609-955-4580  |  andrew.murray@rezzicompany.com
Rezzi provides real-time data collection to the waste collection industry. Rezzi’s IoT platform, SmartCan, connects to any waste bin and captures waste-generation data for municipalities, haulers, and academic institutions alike. Rezzi is leveraging it’s data platform to help bring the waste collection industry into the digital future and support communities to better track and reduce their waste.
Rezzi Flyer

Routeware
Brittany Loffredo  | 571-278-5898  |  BScharbrough@Routeware.com
Routeware is the waste and recycling industry’s most trusted technology company. We work with smart cities and high-performance haulers to power their digital transformation strategies, enabling them to boost productivity, increase safety, enhance customer service, and improve environmental outcomes.

rStream
Ian Goodine  |  781-812-3281  |  igoodine@rstreamrecycling.com
rStream is a Greentown Labs startup developing on-site waste sorting systems which separate single- and specialty-stream recyclables, trash, compost, and reusables from one another. Our AI and robotics are NSF, DOE, and MassCEC-backed to make commercial waste collection more accurate and reliable. We’re connecting with innovators to enhance sustainable collection.

SSI-Schaefer Plastic LLC 
Stephen Redfern  |   980-395-4597  |  Stephen.redfern@ssi-plastic.com
SCHAEFER is synonymous with quality and on-time delivery. With manufacturing facilities worldwide—including North America. SCHAEFER has an outstanding reputation within the industry as the quality leader of injection-molded carts and on-time delivery. Products and services include RFID-enabled carts, A&D, GPS location, revenue audits, real-time reporting, inventory management, and consulting.
SSI-Schaefer Flyer

Social Catalysts Charitable Foundation
Social Catalysts Charitable Foundation is a novel social enterprise that supports social and environmental change while improving the lives of people with disabilities. They create employment opportunities for adults with disabilities while producing new products from recycled videotapes. They provide social service agencies with the tools and the training for their clients with disabilities. These clients weave a beautiful cloth out of reclaimed videotapes, which is sewn into totes, handbags and other items by professional seamstresses, and kept out of the waste stream.

Tough Stuff Recycling 
Rodney Clara  |  (415) 509-8453   |   rodney@toughstuffrecycling.com 
Tough Stuff Recycling team came to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts with a single, shared vision; solve the mattress landfill ban problem. Located strategically in the city of Fitchburg, we service all corners of Massachusetts and pride ourselves on staying on the edge of cutting technology while providing excellent customer service.

UBQ Materials
Estella Frekhtman  |  +972507425048   |   estella@ubqmaterials.com
UBQ Materials converts unsorted landfill-destined waste – organics like discarded food and dirty diapers together with plastic, cardboard and packaging – into UBQ™, a sustainable alternative to oil-based resins and other conventional raw materials. By diverting waste from landfills and converting it into a climate positive material, UBQ is closing the loop on waste-to-material-to-production cycles. A certified B Corp, the award-winning climate tech developer of advanced materials empowers industries to offset the carbon footprint of end products and preserve finite resources without compromising on profitability or performance.
UBQ Materials Flyer

WasteZero
Taylor Millspaugh  |  401-663-4609  |  tmillspaugh@wastezero.com
Since 1991, we have helped over 600 clients think differently about materials management. Creating, implementing, and administering sustainable solutions that have generated significant financial and environmental outcomes​. Our generator focused approach to materials management is counter to that of the waste management industry. We deliver real and measurable results.
WasteZero on LinkedIn

Jerry Collins   |  jcollins@win-waste.com
At WIN Waste, we believe that efficient recycling and waste management is an essential part of a more sustainable future. Every day, our team delivers curb-to-grid waste solutions that not only serve our communities – but support our vision of a healthier planet.

**Organizations that will have job opportunities advertised at conference.