Welcome to the ARC on the Web!

 

Thanks to all who submitted a Theme for our 2015 Conference.  The winning theme is -

 Everybody's Business is Recycling!

 

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A Call for Papers

The Call for Papers for ARC's 2015 Annual Conference and Trade Show is now open!

Please submit your abstract  by emailing to mail@recycleark.org or by calling the ARC office - 866-290-1429.

ARC welcomes presentations covering all recycling disciplines and topics that:  Highlight innovative technologies, methods and programs that foster material recovery.  Abstracts are encouraged in the following topics, but not limited to:

.  Sustainable Food Management

.  Hard to Recycle Materals

.  Branding your District or Facility

.  Sustainability, Recycling and Zero Waste Tools for Manufacturing

        and Supply Chains

.  Recycle Across America, Standardized Recycling Labels

.  Innovation and Best Practices in School Waste Reduction

.  Career Opportunities in Recycling

.  Sustainable Rural Recycling Concerns:  Logistics, Funding

.  Latest Recycling Trends

.  Industry CEO's:  The Evolution of Sustainability

 

 

 Who we are:

The Arkansas Recycling Coalition (ARC) unites large and small companies, government agencies, nonprofit organizations, and individuals in a common effort to promote REDUCE, REUSE, REPURPOSE and RECYCLE as the primary means of SUSTAINABLE waste management in Arkansas. The unique blend of over 200 members promotes a sharing of ideas and understanding of diverse interests and needs.

 

Where we have been:

The ARC was formed in 1989 in response to the need for comprehensive information and programs on reduce, reuse,recycle, and waste reduction. The original effort was spearheaded by Ozark Recycling Enterprise, Inc. through a Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation grant.

 

Where we are going:

The ARC is committed to assisting members in improving their reduce, reuse, repurpose, and recycle opportunities, recycle skills and techniques through education, special studies, research and the exchange of ideas and technical knowledge. The ARC has pledged to educate the general public and members of government and the business community about the economic and environmental significance of recycling.