Media Advisory: Recycling in the United States
SWANA available to discuss America Recycles Day and important developments relating to the U.S. recycling industry
Silver Spring, MD – The Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA) is recognized as a leading subject matter expert concerning the current challenges and opportunities facing recycling. SWANA has also been providing guidance and information to municipal and private sector waste and recycling operations to help protect worker and public health during the COVID-19 pandemic.
SWANA Executive Director and CEO David Biderman and SWANA Advocacy & Safety Senior Manager Jesse Maxwell are available to answer questions from the media concerning recycling, America Recycles Day, and the upcoming U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) 2020 America Recycles: Summit.
EPA will announce the first-ever voluntary national recycling goals at its Summit on November 17. A proposed National Recycling Strategy will also be discussed. Biderman will be a featured speaker during the Summit, and will discuss implementation of the National Recycling Strategy and Goals.
SWANA has substantial experience explaining solid waste and recycling issues, including the impact of COVID-19 on the industry, to local and national audiences. SWANA has been featured recently on the NPR On Point program and Good Morning America, as well as in articles in ABC News, CNN, Washington Post, The Bloomberg Environment, The Verge, The Atlantic, The New York Times, HuffPost, Associated Press, Waste Dive, American Cleaning & Hygiene, and The Christian Science Monitor.
Contact SWANA’s subject matter experts on all things recycling:
Executive Director and CEO
Senior Manager of Advocacy and Safety
For more information on SWANA, visit https://swana.org/.