MARR is a member driven association that helps ensure efficient and effective waste reduction, reuse and recycling programs across Manitoba.

Membership in MARR is open to Manitoba municipalities, First Nation and northern communities, recycling collectors, processors and end markets, Producer Responsibility Organizations, waste management industry representatives, and other organizations and professionals involved and/or interested in sustainable waste management and Circular Economy activities within the province.

Latest News & Announcements

Don’t forget! The 2024 MARR Forum will take place on October 16-17, 2024 in Winnipeg

The behind the scenes planning and preparations are in full swing. We expect to open registration in early September. Make sure you mark your calendars now, tell your colleagues, and you may want to also start the process of getting your conference and travel budget approved. 

Congratulations to our prize winners!

• Mark Kinsley, City of Winnipeg (winner of draw prize for completing MARR strategic planning survey)
• Grant Boryskavich, Councillor RM of Riding Mountain West (winner of draw prize at AMM Convention)

Both of these lucky individuals have won 1 complementary ticket to the Oct 17th portion of the 2024 MARR Forum!

 

The 2024 MARR strategic planning is now complete.

MARR’s Board of Directors spent June 19th in a strategic planning session. Thank you to all MARR members and associates who took the time to respond to the Strategic Planning Questionnaire. Your input helped shape the discussion towards a strategic direction that includes 4 general areas of focus:

1. Create new funding and staffing models to meet the emerging needs of MARR members
2. Support northern, remote, and Indigenous communities in the area of sustainable and responsible waste management practices
3. Increase programs and services to promote and support diversion, recycling and sustainable waste management practices throughout the province as part of the transition to the circular economy
4. Promote awareness of MARR amongst communities and organizations across the province involved in diversion, recycling and sustainable waste management practices