RRC 2018

Resource Recycling Conference 2018
SPONSORS AND EXHIBITORS



American Chemistry Council (ACC)
Washington, D.C.
americanchemistry.com

Booth #102



The American Chemistry Council's Plastics Division represents leading companies dedicated to providing innovative solutions to the challenges of today and tomorrow through plastics. Advances in plastics are helping Americans save energy, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and decrease waste. Because plastics are such a valuable resource, the Plastics Division is leading efforts to “reduce, reuse, recycle and recover” through outreach, education and access to advances in recycling technology.


Call2Recycle
Atlanta, Georgia
call2recycle.org

Booth #116

Call2Recycle is committed to protecting and preserving the environment through collecting and recycling consumer batteries and cellphones. Founded in 1994, the not-for-profit organization works on behalf of stakeholders to provide its battery recycling program to consumers across the U.S. and Canada.


The Carton Council of North America
Denton, Texas
cartonopportunities.org

Booth #117



The Carton Council is composed of four leading carton manufacturers: Elopak, SIG Combibloc, Evergreen Packaging and Tetra Pak. Through a united effort, the Carton Council is committed to building a sustainable infrastructure for carton recycling and works toward the continual goal of adding access to carton recycling throughout the U.S. The group works to deliver long-term collaborative solutions to divert valuable cartons from landfills and promotes sorting post-consumer aseptic and gable top cartons into Grade #52. Strong end markets exist for Grade #52 both domestically and internationally. For more information, visit the Carton Council website..


Container Recycling Institute
Culver City, California
container-recycling.org

Booth #114

CRI’s mission is to make North America a global model for the collection and quality recycling of packaging materials




CP Group
San Diego, California
cpgrp.com

Booth #112

CP Group is made up of four industry-proven brands and provides the waste and recycling industry with a single source solution for materials recovery facilities and equipment needs. With over 155 years of combined experience, the CP Group has established itself as a pioneer and leader in the field of recycling equipment and waste management innovation. The company offers turnkey custom MRF solutions for single-stream, MSW, front-end fuel preparation, construction and demolition, commercial, industrial and electronic waste.


DeHart Recycling Equipment Inc.
Hazelwood, Missouri
dehartbaler.com

Booth #202

Since 1946, DeHart Recycling has offered a wide variety of new and used equipment. The company maintains a large inventory of balers, shredders, conveyors and other recycling equipment at its plant in St. Louis, Mo. Their services include turnkey project management, consisting of on-site evaluation, system design, structural and electrical integration, equipment installation, and start-up and field service support.



Dongguan Haibao Machinery Technology Co., LTD.
Guandong, China
haibaoseparator.com

Booth #120

Dongguan Haibao Machinery Technology is a factory in China, and it specializes in plastics separation equipment. The electrostatic plastics separator can separate ABS/PS/PP, HDPE/PP,  PC/PA, PC/PMMA, PET/PVC and more. In addition, the company's rubber separator can sort silicone and rubber from hard plastics.


Enviroplast Inc.
Montreal, Quebec
enviroplast.com

Booth #104



Enviroplast has been an industry leader in recycling plastic polyethylene film for the past 25 years. The company purchases industrial plastic film as well as casting extrusion (chunk) and converts the material into LLDPE, LDPE and HDPE. Enviroplast's state-of-the-art equipment and strong network of reliable suppliers allows the business to produce a high-quality recycled resin. Soon, their resin, including that made from post-consumer film, will be certified to UL126. The quality of the product allows production of bags made out of 100 percent recycled plastic.


Hefty EnergyBag
Omaha, Nebraska
heftyenergybag.com

Booth # 108 & #110



First Star Recycling, in its 21st year of business,  operates Nebraska’s largest MRF in Omaha and a baling plant in Lincoln. Between the two and its brokerage service, First Star processes and markets over 100,000 tons annually drawn from residential and commercial generators from throughout the Midwest. In October 2016, Omaha and surrounding communities and First Star became the country’s first to permanently adopt the Hefty EnergyBag program to divert hard-to-recycle plastics from landfills. Residential and commercial generators participate in the program by purchasing the special orange bags to collect a wide range of not-readily recyclable plastics – such as chip and snack bags, foam fast-food containers and cups, and plastic toothpaste tubes – in the Hefty EnergyBag orange bags. To date, the program has enabled First Star to divert slightly more than 30 tons of flexible plastic packaging from area landfills, by instead sending the filled orange bags to be used as a feedstock for plastic lumber or as an alternative fuel source, and as a heat source for making cement. The Hefty EnergyBag program has since been introduced to other communities, including the Boise, Idaho area. It will soon be launched in Cobb County, Georgia.


Hustler Conveyor Company
Ofallon, Misourri
hustler-conveyor.com

Booth #121

Hustler Conveyor Company provides the most economical and cost-effective solutions for your recycling needs. The company's capabilities include initial design, engineering, fabrication, delivery and installation. Hustler's full line of equipment includes OCC separators, disc screens, drum feeders, glass screens, steel belt and roller chain conveyors, flat sliders, trough and flat idlers and magnetic separators.


HWI Environmental Technologies, Inc. / HWI Equipment, Inc.
St. Louis, Missouri
hwienvironmental.com

Booth #111

HWI is a fully integrated waste and byproduct management company, providing comprehensive environmental solutions for customers. HWI is a nationally certified woman-owned business (WBE) that offers nationwide service. HWI Equipment, Inc. specializes in the sale, installation, and service of new and refurbished recycling equipment, acting as a one-stop shop for recycling equipment. The company services all makes and models of balers and compactors, specializing in Maren baler service.


Machinex Technologies
High Point, North Carolina
machinexrecycling.com

Booth #106



Machinex offers complete engineering design, manufacturing and installation of materials recovery facilities. As a leader in sorting technologies, Machinex has designed and installed over 350 turnkey facilities in partnership with leading MRFs in North America and northern Europe. The company offers a full range of high-quality recycling equipment, including disc screen separators, ballistic separators, balers, trommels, optical sorting devices, conveyors and much more.


Missouri Department of Natural Resources, Solid Waste Management Program
Jefferson City, Missouri
dnr.mo.gov/env/swmp

Booth #203



The purpose of the Solid Waste Management Program is to ensure solid waste is managed in such a way that protects both public health and the environment. The Solid Waste Management Program works hard to help all Missourians better manage their solid wastes. Through the cooperative efforts of citizens, businesses, industry and government, Missouri can continue to increase material reuse and recycling from all solid waste sources. Reducing the amount of solid wastes generated remains the program's primary goal.


Missouri Recycling Association
Jefferson City, Missouri
mora.org

Booth #206



The Missouri Recycling Association (MORA) is a 501(c)(3) dedicated to supporting waste reduction and recycling efforts in Missouri by providing information, educational opportunities and technical support in partnership with state, national and regional organizations. MORA provides value by connecting people, offering industry insights, and influencing policy to support our economy in extracting the highest and best use of materials at end-of-life.


National Recycling Coalition
Lafayette, Colorado
nrcrecycles.org

Booth #205

The National Recycling Coalition is a nonprofit organization that is focused on the promotion and enhancement of recycling in the United States. The group includes 23 affiliated recycling organizations and has a network of more than 6,000 members that extends across waste reduction, reuse, recycling, and composting. The organization works to maintain a prosperous and productive recycling system that is committed to the conservation of natural resources, as well as accelerate sustainable approaches to the management of discarded materials.


NRT
Nashville, Tennessee
nrtsorters.com

Booth #101

NRT is a global leader in the design, manufacture and installation of optical sorting solutions. NRT is a member of the Bulk Handling Systems (BHS) Family of Companies, a worldwide leading provider of automated sorting systems to the waste processing and recycling industries. Since its inception in 1981, NRT has been recognized as an industry thought-leader and innovator, and currently holds more than 35 U.S. and international patents.


REDWAVE Solutions US LLC
Alpharetta, Georgia
redwave-us.com

Booth #122

From sensor based sorting machines to turnkey recycling plants, REDWAVE delivers the best solution for customer needs in paper, plastic and glass sorting.


Resource Recycling, Inc.
Portland, Oregon
resource-recycling.com



For over three decades, Resource Recycling, Inc. has been the leader in providing news, analysis and connections to the recycling industry. The company publishes Resource Recycling, Plastics Recycling Update and E-Scrap News, all of which take form as print publications and weekly e-newsletters that deliver the best reporting and industry insight to materials recovery leaders. In addition, Resource Recycling, Inc. produces the Resource Recycling Conference, the Plastics Recycling Conference and the E-Scrap Conference. These marquee events bring together thousands of stakeholder representatives annually for critical conversations and business networking opportunities that open fresh pathways to recycling's growth and evolution.


Re-TRAC Connect
Winnipeg, Manitoba
re-trac.com

Booth #105 & #107



Re-TRAC Connect is web-based software that transforms the way clients manage and measure waste and recycling programs. The company has been in the industry for over 15 years and is trusted by over 30,000 organizations to collect, manage and analyze recycling and solid waste data. Re-TRAC Connect is more than just a software solution; it’s an extension of the team.


The Recycling Partnership
Falls Church, Virginia
recyclingpartnership.org

Booth #207 & #208



The Recycling Partnership is an industry-funded nonprofit partnership aimed at transforming the U.S. curbside recycling system. The organization understands the importance of robust curbside recycling to feed domestic end markets and is designed to grow participation in curbside recycling programs nationwide by engaging all public and private recycling stakeholders.  


Shred-Tech Corporation
Cambridge, Ontario
shred-tech.com

Booth #103

Shred-Tech designs and manufactures mobile and stationary shredding machinery for a variety of waste applications. Everything from e-waste, metals, tires, documents, medical waste, plastics, wood and packaged products can be shredded and recycled. Shred-Tech has installed over 5,000 systems worldwide. Visit the company's website or call 1-800-465-3214 for more details.
 
 

Steel Recycling Institute
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
recycle-steel.org

Booth #204



The Steel Recycling Institute (SRI) is an industry association with the mission of promoting and sustaining steel recycling. It is the primary information and technical resource for municipalities, recyclers, businesses, legislators, educators and other entities interested in steel recycling and the use of steel in sustainable construction. The SRI is part of the SMDI-Sustainability group. The Steel Market Development Institute (SMDI) is a business unit of the American Iron and Steel Institute.
 

U.S. EPA Region 7
Lenexa, Kansas

Booth #201


epa.gov/aboutepa/epa-region-7-midwest


U.S. EPA Responsible Appliance Disposal (RAD) Program
Washington, D.C.
www.epa.gov/rad

Booth #118

EPA’s Responsible Appliance Disposal (RAD) Program is a voluntary partnership program that works with utilities, retailers, manufacturers, states, affiliates and others to collected used refrigerated appliances and implement best environmental practices for the disposal of these units, going beyond federal requirements to protect Earth’s climate and ozone layer. As a result of their commitments, RAD partners prevent emissions that are harmful to the environment, prevent the release of hazardous substances, save landfill space through recycling, and reduce energy consumption.
 

Van Dyk Recycling Solutions
Stamford, Connecticut
vdrs.com

Booth #115

Van Dyk Recycling Solutions is North America’s leader in developing turnkey sorting systems for single-stream, e-waste, MSW processing, C&D and plastics recycling. The company has installed over 2,400 recycling systems and has built the largest MRFs in North America, including 17 mega MRFs that process 50-plus tons per hour. Company customers include all of the leaders in the recycling industry.


WasteInsight
Orlando, Florida
wasteinsight.net

Booth #119

WasteInsight helps local governments, suppliers and processors transparently, consistently and cost-effectively measure and track single-stream recycling composition and contamination levels and bale quality through its proven characterization protocols and cloud-based data management platform.