[Ok-sus] Join OKRA to support recycling in Oklahoma
ilda.hershey at okstate.edu
Tue Feb 18 22:21:01 UTC 2014
Please consider joining the Oklahoma Recycling Association (OKRA) to support resource recovery in Oklahoma. When you join, be sure to indicate whether you'd like to help with a Work Group.
OKRA Work Groups include:
* Advocacy: Make OKRA better known among Oklahoma legislators. Establish OKRA as the "go to" organization for recycling and resource recovery issues in our state.
* Composting: Promote composting as a resource recovery strategy and represent the Oklahoma Composting Council.
* Education: Organize a PSA video contest for high school students in honor of America Recycles Day; recognize K-12 schools for their efforts with the OKRA "Recycling Award for Schools."
* Outreach & Communications: Update OKRA website content and maintain engagement via the listserv and social media.
* Market Development: Strive to find new local markets for recyclables collected in Oklahoma.
* Waste Exchange: Promote the online Materials Exchange, a matching service for businesses and industries that want to find takers for the by-products they generate or acquire the by-products of other businesses.
To join OKRA or renew your membership visit:
You then have a choice of paying online or by mail. OKRA Membership Dues range from the $1 Student Level to $25 for individuals, $75 for non-profits/government, and higher for corporate members.
If you are associated with an organization please encourage your organization to become a member as well. This allows both you and your organization to receive recognition and OKRA event discounts.
Additional member benefits: http://www.recycleok.org/okra/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/BrochureWebsite.pdf
Thank you for helping us "Grow OKRA" to sustain our resources for future generations.
The OKRA Membership Committee
Ilda Hershey, Lynn Malley, Robert Pickens, Garmon Smith
Email: info at recycleok.org<mailto:info at recycleok.org>
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