The National Waste & Recycling Association plays an active leadership role in advancing policies that benefit the solid waste industry and improve the quality of life for all Americans. Its advocacy work focuses on the legislative and regulatory objectives of its members across a variety of important solid waste issues. The association is also proactive in its work to educate government officials at the municipal, county, state and federal levels on key policy matters that are important to the industry. Providing support to legal cases before federal and state courts is an additional and important function of the association, in shaping laws and regulations that ensure the vitality of the solid waste collection, transportation and disposal industries.
Slow Down to Get Around is an example of NWRA's advocacy results.
As a crucial public service, the responsible management of solid waste and recyclables are imperative to the health and function of every community. The members of the National Waste & Recycling Association are fostering regulations that protect the community and allow for the continued innovation in solid waste management across the United States.
NWRA's environmental advocacy areas include New Vehicle Technology, Recycling, Healthcare Waste, Sustainable Materials Management and Landfills.
NWRA's workforce-related advocacy issues include Safety, Employee Shortage, and Joint Employer.
EPR Product Stewardship
NWRA is involved in the development of new product stewardship legislation.
Legislation and Regulations
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