Recycling Resiliency and Its Significance to US Supply Chains (November 2020)

 Recycling Resiliency and Its Significance to US Supply Chains (November 2020)
There is no doubt that the COVID-19 global pandemic is a defining event for 2020 that will have implications well into the future. This event has shifted the focus of recycling from just its environmental benefits to the critical significance of recovered materials for the US supply chain. Manufacturers of paper products, cardboard boxes and other single use containers – so scarce during the early months of the pandemic – rely upon recycled materials for feedstock to meet consumer needs. In this session, you will learn about the changing landscape and challenges facing the recycling industry and how we can best work together to influence the resiliency of recycling.
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Presenters: Stephanie Baker, Director, Market Development, KW Plastics Recycling; Scott Breen, Vice President of Sustainability, Can Manufacturers Institute (CMI); Dawn McCormick, Director, Communications & Government Affairs, Waste Management Inc. of Florida. Moderator: Keyna Cory, President, Public Affairs Consultants, Inc.