Reports

Curbside Recycling Report

The 2020 State of Curbside Recycling Report   unveils strategies to help the U.S. Recycling System unlock its full potential.

For these clear, integrated strategies:

  • Substantially greater support of community recycling programs with capital funding technical assistance, and efforts to strengthen and grow local political commitment to recycling services.
  • New and enhanced state and federal recycling policies.
  • Continued investment expansion in material processing and end markets.
  • Resident education and engagement to help citizens recycle more, better.
  • Continued innovation in the collection, sorting and general recyclability of materials, including the building of flexibility and resiliency to add new materials into the system.
  • Broader stakeholder engagement in achieving all elements of true circularity, in which the fate of all materials in not just intended to be recycled, but that they are designed, collected, and actually turned into something new.

Curbside Recycling Report

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Largest OK Employers that Use Recycled Materials (Feb 2010)

Some of the largest employers in Oklahoma use recycled materials in their manufacturing processes: Advanced Environmental Recycling Technologies, Watts Anchor Glass Container Plant, Henryetta Atlas Roofing, Ardmore Dlubak Glass, Okmulgee Georgia Pacific, Muskogee International Paper Company, Valliant Orchids Paper Products, Pryor Owens-Brockway Glass Containers, Muskogee Republic Paperboard Company, Lawton Saint-Gobain Containers, Sapulpa Western Fibers, Hollis (as […]

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State of Oklahoma Recycling Reports 2012-2016

The State of Oklahoma, Office of Management and Enterprise Services (OMES), is required to compile and report on statewide public entity recycling efforts as specified under 74 O.S. 85.55, the Oklahoma State Recycling and Recycled Materials Procurement Act. This program, administered by State Surplus, a department of Capital Assets Management (CAM) of OMES, includes both […]

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Needs assessment by workgroup developed at brainstorming meeting November 2005

Comments from OKRA Brainstorming Meeting (no board formed as yet) Following are most of the comments from attendees/e-mail by 11/30/2005 regarding recycling needs in Oklahoma: ADVOCACY legislation for mandatory recycling recycling incentives for businesses and communities collaboration/networking for support bottle bill more public dollars in recycling legislation committing Oklahoma to a recycling goal more funding […]

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M.e.t. Report 2005

2005 Oklahoma Public Recycling Program Investment Conducted by The Metropolitan Environmental Trust List of Communities Contact Sheet Budget List View Needs and Wish List   NCED Property Wide Recycling

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