NWRA announces it is now accepting nominations for waste and recycling hall of fame

NWRA announces it is now accepting nominations for waste and recycling hall of fame

According to the association, “Hall of fame inductees are selected from among NWRA members who are industry visionaries and icons who have created enduring legacies through their inspirational leadership, core values and significant contributions over the course of their careers.”

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December 1, 2020

The National Waste & Recycling Association (NWRA) announced Nov. 30 that it is now accepting nominations for the NWRA Hall of Fame class of 2021.

According to the association, “Hall of fame inductees are selected from among NWRA members who are industry visionaries and icons who have created enduring legacies through their inspirational leadership, core values and significant contributions over the course of their careers.”

“I already knew we have many talented and skilled leaders within our membership, but the COVID-19 health crisis has served to magnify this,” NWRA President and CEO Darrell Smith says. “I look forward to recognizing our next class of visionary leaders who have left lasting marks on the waste and recycling industry.”

The NWRA Hall of Fame class of 2021 will join the 204 inductees from 1986-2020 who have been inducted into the hall.

The application and additional information can be found on the NWRA website.