BIR announces first federation partner for Global Recycling Day

Organisers of the first-ever Global Recycling Day have announced that the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI) is their first Federation Partner.
Source: BIR

Global Recycling Day, which is the brainchild of the Bureau of International Recycling (BIR), will unite people across the world, highlighting the need to conserve our six primary resources (water, air, coal, oil, natural gas and minerals) and celebrating the power the “Seventh Resource”- the goods we recycle every day.

“We are delighted to announce ISRI as our first Federation Partner,” comments Ranjit Baxi, BIR President. “This is Global Recycling Day’s first year, and we know ISRI’s support will be invaluable in us spreading the word across the USA and throughout their global membership and we are proud to champion them as a visionary organisation, one that is crucial to the success of the recycling industry.”

“As the voice of the recycling industry, ISRI is delighted to play an important part in the success of the inaugural Global Recycling Day,” said ISRI President Robin Wiener. “With membership in 41 countries around the globe, we fully understand the importance of the world coming together with a single voice to address how we can better improve the lives of all and create a sustainable environment through recycling.”

Global Recycling Day will be a day focused on action, aimed at a global approach towards recycling and calling on world leaders, international businesses, communities and individuals to make seven clear commitments in their approach to recycling. People can commit to making one change in their recycling habits on the day, as well as joining in on social media channels.


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