2017 Events


National Travel and Tourism Week at the Sullivan County Welcome Center in Kingsport


TDTD, TDEC and Sullivan County Mayor Richard Venable

Promote Keep Tennessee Beautiful


Keep Tennessee Beautiful, TDTD, Tennessee Recycling Coalition and TDEC promoted litter prevention and the 3 “R’s” of recycling: reduce, reuse and recycle, during National Travel and Tourism Week at the Sullivan County Welcome Center in Kingsport.


Keep Tennessee Beautiful is a University College department of The University of Memphis sponsored by the Tennessee Department of Transportation. Since 1983, Keep Tennessee Beautiful has served as a state resource center for litter prevention, community greening, and recycling and waste reduction education.




2017 Earthfest

Knoxville, Tennessee


EarthFest is an annual Earth Day celebration with several green objectives: provide family-friendly (pets included) environmental education, support our sustainable local marketplace, showcase responsible environmental leadership, and demonstrate low- to zero-waste principles.




2017 Environmental Show of the South

Chattanooga, Tennessee


The Environmental Show of the South is the largest and most comprehensive environmental conference and tradeshow in the region. Its goal is to provide low-cost environmental training as well as updates on the government/industry developments and trands in the environmental arena. 


Resource Recycling Conference

Minneapolis, Minnesota 


The Resource Recycling Conference, in partnership with the National Recycling Coalition, is the must-attend conference for the recycling industry’s most influential policy leaders, CEOs and government officials. The conference is an opportunity to network with clients, prospective partners, vendors and top materials management decision-makers all in one location, saving you precious time and travel expenses. The conference's lineup of education sessions will offer attendees the latest on materials processing trends, tactics to boost diversion rates, legislative talking points, market analysis and much more.




2017 SERDC Fall Forum

Asheville, North Carolina


This day-and-a-half Forum, held at the Hyatt Place, downtown Asheville, shifted the discussion towards strengthening demand of recycled feedstock.  Upwards of 100 key brand owners, private and public entities, collector, processors and material group representatives discussed how to find success in the future. 



   
Working together to promote reuse and recycling activities in Tennessee.
   


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