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ISRI Awards

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ISRI has an annual awards program that recognizes excellence in a number of areas, including: member contributions, product design, transportation safety, and youth public awareness.

Circle of Safety (COSE) Excellence Occupational Awards

148x148-COSE-awardsThe ISRI Circle of Safety Excellence (COSE) Awards recognize and rewards member companies for outstanding commitment to the safety of their employees by instilling core safety values and exhibiting continuous improvement in safety programs and worker incident reduction.

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Design for Recycling®

DfR-Award-2016 The Design for Recycling® Award is ISRI’s highest award that is given annually to the most outstanding contribution to products designed with recycling in mind.  It recognizes the proactive steps made by manufacturers who have actively incorporated Design for Recycling® principles into their products and manufacturing processes.

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Lifetime Achievement

Lifetime Achievement

ISRI’s Lifetime Achievement Award is presented each year in recognition of an individual or individuals life-long dedication and leadership in the recycling industry and commitment to ISRI.

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Recycling Impact 

This award is designed to recognize NLGA members who have gone above and beyond to demonstrate an active concern and interest in recycling and recognizing that recyclable materials are not waste, but valuable commodity materials that conserve natural resources when utilized as substitutes for raw virgin materials in the manufacturing process.

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Transportation Safety

Transp-Safety-Awards-banner-148x148 ISRI's Transportation Safety Awards reflect the value and importance that the industry places on vehicle safety, by recognizing the top performers in the field, both at the company and individual levels. All ISRI members are eligible to apply in each of the four categories.

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Youth Video and Poster Contest

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ISRI's annual video and poster contest engages students in grades K-12 and features recycling-related themes. 

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