We want to thank all our members who attended our first virtual 2020 Sustainable Oregon Conference, and who tuned into the AOR 2021 Legislative Preview on January 19th, 2021.
BRING still needs about 20 volunteers to assist with their 11th Annual Home + Garden Tour on Sunday, September 8.
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Volunteers that sign up for one shift will earn a Tour ticket and our great appreciation! Volunteer duties include greeting Tour-goers, selling tickets, and helping homeowners during this year's event.
The Recycling Partnership, in association with Resource Recycling, Inc,. is pleased to announce the fourth annual Steve Thompson Memorial Grant, giving free travel, accommodations and registration for the 2019 Resource Recycling Conference to the chosen winners.
States and local agencies have enacted or are considering food waste disposal bans or mandates. Two key questions that need to be answered prior to taking this step are:
How much food waste are we talking about?
Is there adequate processing capacity at our state’s or region’s composting and anaerobic digestion facilities?
Having this data helps calculate a realistic assessment of how a ban or mandate can be adopted and implemented successfully.
SWANA Oregon Beaver Chapter is happy to invite AOR members to their first annual Winter Social! It's our way of showing our appreciation for our members and friends—a time to relax, mingle and enjoy yourselves. All AOR members and their significant others are invited for drinks and hors d'oeuvres. We're hoping to get a head count soon, so please RSVP using the short form here. If you have questions, please contact email@example.com.
From Press Released by Recycling Advocates and Zero Waste PDX
Recycling Advocates is partnering with Zero Waste PDX, a local sustainability consulting company, to organize Portland’s first Zero Waste Conference, which will take place on Sunday 14th October at Taborspace, in Southeast Portland.
The ReBuilding Center posted a great summary of AOR's Spring Forum. Here's an excerpt: