Welcome to WSRA
The Washington State Recycling Association is a nonprofit membership organization that has been dedicated to supporting waste reduction, reuse, recycling, and composting in Washington since 1976.
Our members come from all sectors of the industry — collection, processing, manufacturing, vendors, consulting, education and outreach, government, and nonprofits. WSRA provides tools and resources, industry news and trends, educational workshops and conferences, legislative advocacy, and a large and resourceful network of people and organizations that work together to advance waste reduction practices and policies around the state.
WSRA’s 40th Annual Conference and Trade Show
Registration is now open! Register now to receive our Early Bird pricing!
2020 WSRA Conference and Trade Show
May 17-20, 2020
Vancouver Hilton, Vancouver WA
Detailed information on registration rates can be found under the Conference Tab. The WSRA Conference Committee has been hard at work putting together another outstanding program for this year’s Conference. Don’t forget to check out the general Conference Schedule (Sessions have been added) and remember to check back as we continue to update!
The Benefits of Membership
Being a member of Washington State Recycling Association has many benefits. Some of these include:
- Access to best management practices of increasing recycling in your business or community
- Networking with hundreds of colleagues in one of the most collaborative groups of recycling professionals in the nation
- Promotion of your business via WSRA’s website, newsletter, weekly digest, press releases, and social media channels
China’s Blue Skies 2018
WSRA is committed to monitoring and sharing as much information as possible in regards to China’s recent restrictions on imported recyclable materials which are likely to have significant impacts on Washington state’s residential and commercial recycling programs, and our membership. We’ve compiled and will continue to update information through our website on this situation.
What can WA residents do to help?
– Make sure your recyclables are empty, clean, and dry.
– Follow instructions from your local city, county, or recycling service.
– When in doubt, find out or throw it out.
Sun May 17, 2020
40th Annual Conference