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4 days ago

NH The Beautiful
Check out more details on the grant program below. For more information or to apply, go to and click on the "Resources" tab.🤩 EXCITING ANNOUNCEMENT: The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has released new recycling grant opportunities funded by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.Through the Recycling Education and Outreach grant program, towns and cities can apply for grants between $250,000 and $2 million to improve consumer education and outreach on waste prevention, reuse, recycling, and composting. Through the Solid Waste Infrastructure for Recycling grant program, towns and cities can apply for grants between $500,000 and $4 million to improve materials management and infrastructure for recycling and composting. Applications for both programs are due January 16, 2023. The estimated start date for projects awarded grants is October 2023, and all project activities must be completed within three (3) years. Learn more about these grant opportunities and how NRRA member communities can apply: #GrantOpportunity ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

NH The Beautiful
New Hampshire the Beatiful would like to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy the day with family and friends! 🦃 ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

NH The Beautiful
More innovative recycling programs from our Best Practices contest. There are always questions as to how and where to recycle plastic film. Littleton has decided to add it to the materials they collect. Here is a quote from their contest entry: "This year we introduced a plastic film recycling program. This allowed our residents to keep more plastics out of the waste stream. We are now capturing store bags, wood pellet bags, bubble wrap and various other film plastic products. Residents are very receptive to adding products to the recycling line up. We also work with a Co-op supermarket and a manufacturing company to capture their film plastic as well. Adding film to our list has meant more labor for the attendants but it has been profitable thus far. To date we have kept almost 20,000 lbs. of film out of the waste stream while earning $3,000 income and saved $700 in cost avoidance keeping it out of the landfill."Congratulations to the town of Littleton! ... See MoreSee Less
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