On this day we are asking all those involved in the recycled materials industry to dedicate at least one-hour of their workday to safety conversations and activities. ISRI has compiled resources for your stand-down day activities.
The recycled materials industry provides critical raw material necessary for the everyday items and essential infrastructure we all depend on.
Recycling keeps the global supply chain moving. Together, we can be less dependent on any one market or source, because there are more sourcing options.
Recycling provides raw materials locally and securely.
The recycled materials industry is constantly evolving with the invention of new, cutting-edge technologies and streamlined processes.
Recycling provides a more sustainable alternative to cutting down trees, mining, drilling, or harvesting natural resources.
At the end of a product’s life, recycling keeps more products from going to waste.
The recycling industry is researching and developing ways to recycle new products, using innovative technologies to better separate, and sort, and process materials, and working with manufacturers to encourage design with recyclability in mind.
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