Recycler of the Year Award Nominations
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Thank you to those that nominated an outstanding colleague or organizations for the 2016 Recycler of the Year (ROY) awards! The 2016 recipients will be announced soon!
The WSRA Recycler of the Year awards spotlight individuals, businesses, government agencies and community organizations that are making outstanding contributions to expanding and strengthening recycling and waste prevention across the state.
Recycler of the Year Categories
Individual: An individual whose actions have significantly furthered recycling and waste prevention beyond the normal scope of their responsibilities.
Business Generator: A company whose primary business is not recycling that demonstrates outstanding accomplishments in recycling and waste prevention.
Higher Education Institution: An institution of higher
education (college, university, secondary school or school district)
that demonstrates outstanding accomplishments in recycling.
Innovation: Exceptional creativity in promoting
waste prevention and recycling.
Institution: An institution that demonstrates
significant accomplishments in recycling and waste prevention
Non-profit: A non-profit agency that demonstrates
significant accomplishments in recycling and waste prevention.
Nucor Steel Recycling Business: A recycling
company or organization whose work and/or innovation have furthered and
improved recycling in Washington.
Public Agency: A public agency that creates programs that effectively increase recycling and waste prevention.
Public Education: Outstanding accomplishments in educating the general public about recycling and waste prevention.
Youth Education: Outstanding success in promoting youth involvement in recycling and waste prevention.
Other: A category not listed above that best suits the nominee’s accomplishments in promoting waste prevention and recycling.
Recycling Hall of Fame: An individual who has made outstanding long-term (15-20 year) contributions to recycling in Washington.