Join the only 501(3) (c) in Massachusetts dedicated to waste, recycling, & organics management.
-Connect with other professionals in the waste, recycling & organics industry
-Discounted rates for conference, webinars, and other events
-Receive updates on waste & recycling industry topics and trends
-Engage at a higher level with state officials
-Educational opportunities and guidance on best practices
-Access the MassRecycle podcast
-Participate in the statewide discussion on product stewardship
-Support MassRecycle’s legislative advocacy efforts
-Demonstrate your organization’s commitment to sustainable materials management
-Recognition on the MassRecycle website
-Join and participate in working MassRecycle committees
-Access to members only content on the MassRecycle website
-Vote for the MassRecycle Board of Directors
-Membership in the National Recycling Council
Members Only Content
We’re offering special benefits for our members.
You need to be a member to see what’s behind the Members Only Tab, but we think you’ll like it! Currently it includes a membership directory and our priority will be to grow the Members Only webpages with case studies, a resource library, past conference directories and past MassRecycle projects.
Only you have the power.
MassRecycle members are the only people who can run for the board or vote for their preferred candidates. In our case, one vote can make a difference, so use your privilege in order to steer MassRecycle in the direction you think it should go.
“Joining MassRecycle many years ago was the best thing I did for my career in Massachusetts. The collaboration between stakeholders, membership and board is truly inspiring.”
MassRecycle is a one-stop source for finding out current and proposed legislation as well as following industry news and trends…
I joined MassRecycle to learn more about the local recycling infrastructure here in Massachusetts, and to network with professionals in the industry… It’s been a valuable experience and has inspired me to start a state-wide initiative to help the craft brewing industry and its consumers reuse and recycle problematic plastic can carriers.
I became a MassRecycle member to connect with other professionals in various positions within the waste world. It has been an opportunity to learn and collaborate on projects that advance our existing programs and create new ones.
Being a member of MassRecycle keeps me informed locally to ongoings in our industry. When I’m better informed, I can better serve our residents.
I’m a board member for MassRecycle because I think it’s important for municipalities, waste haulers and processors, and citizens can collaborate to find solutions to our trash disposal problems. As the state with the highest landfill costs, anything to increase composting, recycling, and reduce and reuse.
I belong to MassRecycle and serve on its Board in order to help sustain our ability to recycle. Sustaining our citizens’ opportunity to recycle is crucial. Most people cannot choose less environmentally disruptive ways to feed, shelter and transport their families, but almost everyone can recycle. While we face many daunting environmental and social crises, recycling is one small way to help our environment, our economy and our society. I want to do what I can to keep our state recycling well, both in quality and quantity.