Welcome to the MARR website.
MARR is made up of individuals who are responsible for recycling and waste management in municipalities as well as industry partners involved in these processes. This is a collegial group who bring innovations in recycling and waste management and share with other members.
2018 MARR Forum
Took Place on November 7th-8th, 2018 in Winnipeg
>> Click here to view Agenda, session descriptions, and
session proceedings presented by this year's speakers.
MARR's annual Forum has become the premiere learning and networking opportunity for anyone involved in Manitoba's recycling and waste reduction sector. Last year's Forum was a highly successful, two-day event that attracted over 170 participants as well as many wonderful sponsors and exhibitors at the trade show. (You can still view event proceedings at http://www.marrmb.com/fall2017/index.html?
We are pleased to announce the dates for this year's Forum have been set for November 7th and 8th, 2018. The Forum will take place in Winnipeg. Mark your calendars, share the date with your colleagues, and plan to join us in Winnipeg. We'll be sending more details as they take shape.
"every year I learn something new, get important updates, and have returning opportunities"
"all presenters were excellent and the tour was fantastic"
The Spring 2018 MARR Newsletter is now available. MARR NEWS - SPRING 2018 This issue contains…
- Save the Date Notice – 2018 MARR Forum (November 7th-8th, 2018 in Winnipeg)
- Outcomes of 2018 MARR AGM (including list of 2018 MARR Directors)
- New Feature – The Recyclers’ Perspective (tips and insights)
- Invitations for you to send in your feedback and suggestions for information, articles, presentations and tours you’d like to see MARR deliver
Enjoy the newsletter and please forward to your colleagues.
Please also note the following announcement sent to us by Federation of Canadian Municipalities…
The next deadline to apply for FCM's Green Municipal Fund (GMF) environmental capital project is August 1, 2018. The GMF offers loans combined with grants from $5-10 million for environmental capital projects related to: energy efficiency and recovery; water quality and conservation; transportation and fuel efficiency; waste management and diversion.
Details for this opportunity are provided here
Get going on this fellow members. We want to make sure some of this investment makes its way to Manitoba!