2023 Sponsors

THANK YOU TO OUR 2023 CONFERENCE SPONSORS!

GOLD SPONSORS

Harding Metals

Harding Metals, professionals of industrial scrap recycling, is a family run business since 1963. Servicing all of New England with enough market share to offer competitive prices while staying passionate to a customer service approach. We buy scrap metals from New England’s biggest and smallest manufactures, local/regional scrap metal dealers and accept delivers of any size from the public. We are committed to the safety of our employees and customers, environment responsibility and the pledge of quality and profitable services to our valued customers. We are always exploring new ways to make more money for ourselves and our customers. Not only are we leading the “industry” with innovative ways to handle scrap but we also are focused on improving sustainability with the world of our future in hand. Our Goal at Harding Metals, Inc., is to provide both the industry and the public with environmentally sound, modern methods of processing scrap metals to yield the highest profit to our customers. And we work hard to make sure that we offer the very best prices. In fact, we are continually trying new methods, and upgrading equipment, to improve our service—and your profit.

Apparel Impact

Nearly 10% of all trash in local landfills are textiles. Apparel Impact provides schools, non-profits, businesses, towns and municipalities the opportunity to reduce their landfills of clothing, shoes and accessories and recover them; creating more local jobs, reducing landfill waste and reducing towns overall budgets spent on the disposal of textiles.

 

SILVER SPONSORS

ecomaine

ecomaine provides comprehensive, long-term solid waste solutions in a safe, environmentally responsible, economically sound manner, and is a leader in raising public awareness of sustainable waste management strategies.

 

Northstar Recycling

Northstar Recycling is a national recycling company, founded on the belief that waste has value. Our mission is to help manufacturing, distribution, and other businesses recycle more and landfill less.