• Refreshed Look, Strengthened Commitment

    February 11, 2014

    Greetings from RRS! We’ve shortened our Resource Recycling Systems name to reflect our expanded outlook, which now goes well beyond our proud roots in recycling. For years we have been known for our recycling, waste reduction and recovery work. Heck, recycling has been part of our name! We have success stories from various municipalities, associations, […]

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  • New Recycling Initiative Offers Promising Recipe for Recovery

    February 11, 2014

    This article appeared in the February-March 2014 issue of El Empaque magazine. For great bread you need skilled bakers, quality ingredients and the right recipe. The same holds true for creating voluntary cross-sector recovery, and there is a new initiative in the Southeastern U.S. that is working toward that end this winter. It is being […]

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  • Unilever

    February 11, 2014

    Susan Graff and her project team partnered with Unilever to develop and brand their Environmental Management System (EMS) in addition to designing, developing and implementing an associated Environmental Awareness Training program for all staff. This was a critical component of the successful implementation of the company’s Environmental Management System and registration under the guidelines of […]

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  • Press Release: RRS Showing Strong Presence at PRC

    March 6, 2014

    March 6, 2014, Ann Arbor, Michigan – Sustainability and recycling consulting firm, RRS, announces JD Lindeberg, Principal and President, will participate in a panel discussion on China’s Green Fence at the Plastics Recycling Conference (PRC) March 11-12, 2014 in Orlando, Florida. In addition, SERDC 120, a project powered by RRS, will be featured during the […]

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  • Affecting the Tide: Building Cross-Sector Solutions

    March 7, 2014

    I have a secret.  When I attend meetings, I listen for buzz phrases and then I count how many times I hear that phrase during the meeting.  For a while, “Move the needle” was the winner.  Before that, “At the end of the day.”  But if I think back over the past eight years or […]

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  • Building the Circular Economy

    April 2, 2014

    Last night my 8 year old son got to talking about climate change as he was getting ready to fall asleep. He was asking where everything came from, and we talked about how paper comes from trees, plastics from oil, leather from cows and many others. He made the observation that everything comes from natural […]

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