Recycling Infrastructure Campaign: Webinars & More

Date: 20 Sep 2021 | posted in: Waste to Wealth | 0 Facebooktwitterredditmail

On July 15th, 2021, the Recycling Is Infrastructure Too (RIIT) campaign released an ambitious plan that recommends $16.3 billion in new investments over the next three years. As part of the RIIT coalition, ILSR advocated for the inclusion of waste reduction, reuse, recycling and composting infrastructure and programs that will stem climate disruption, address racial injustice, and create thousands of jobs throughout the country.

The RIIT coalition is hosting an ongoing series of webinars to ensure the plan is part of federal infrastructure discussions and rulemaking. These webinars are free to attend, and anyone working in waste and reuse or advocating around these issues is welcome to register.


Upcoming Webinars

Information coming soon!


Previous Webinars

“What’s IN the Infrastructure Bills for Recycling?”

September 28, 2021

Learn about what types of infrastructure would be eligible for funding if specific Infrastructure Bills are adopted by Congress and the President. Watch webinar recording.


“The Best Bottle Bill Possible” 

August 24, 2021

Experts and advocates discuss best practices and policy priorities for a national bottle bill. Watch webinar recording.


“The American Recycling Infrastructure Plan (RIIT)” 

July 27, 2021

An overview of the American Recycling Infrastructure Plan. Watch webinar recording.


More Resources

Sign up here to receive updates from the Recycling Is Infrastructure Too Campaign. 

Read the campaign’s letter to Biden-Harris Administration here.

Listen to a podcast conversation about the RIIT campaign and the American Recycling Infrastructure Plan here


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Neil Seldman, Ph.D, directs the Waste to Wealth Initiative. He specializes in helping cities and businesses recover increasing amounts of materials from the waste stream and add value to the local economy through new processing and manufacturing facilities. He is a co-founder of the Institute for Local Self-Reliance.