[GRRN] Seventh Annual Recycling at Work Awards

Gary Liss (gary@garyliss.com)
Wed, 13 Oct 1999 18:41:43 -0700

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>To: Gary Liss <garyliss@softcom.net>
>From: "Eric M. McCleaf" <ericmc@tteam.com>
>Subject: Seventh Annual Recycling at Work Awards
>The Recycling at Work Campaign announces the Seventh Annual Recycling at
>Work Awards. These awards honor the companies, organizations, universities,
>individuals, local, state and federal government entities whose
>environmental leadership continues to make recycling successful. This
>year's awards program features some new categories and broader eligibility
>to allow for greater participation.
>The two top awards are the Direct Marketing Association (DMA) Robert Rodale
>Awards. DMA established the annual Robert Rodale Environmental Leadership
>Awards competition in 1991 to recognize environmental leadership. These
>awards honor the memory and spirit of the Rodale Press' long-time chairman
>and chief executive officer, the late Robert David Rodale. The two top
>awards, Recycler of the Year and Environmental Mailer of the Year, include a
>$5,000 cash award, funded by the Rodale Press, to be donated in the names of
>the winners, to an environmental cause of their choice.
>In addition to The DMA Rodale Awards, Recycling at Work Leadership Awards
>will be given in eight additional categories, including Clean Your Files
>Day, Buy Recycled, Closing the Loop, Public Outreach, Employee Education,
>Commercial Recycling, Environmental Responsibility, and Model Recycler.
>Entrants can apply in as many categories as they wish. Judging criteria are
>listed for each award category. It is not necessary, however, for an entry
>to meet all of the criteria in order to compete.
>The Recycling at Work Awards Ceremony will be held in conjunction with the
>annual Recycling at Work seminar in the spring of 2000 in Washington D.C.
>All award winners will have their programs featured in a Best Practices
>Guide for Recycling at Work. If you have any questions, please contact
>Jennifer DeLong, Program Manager of Recycling at Work, at (202) 861-6776 or
>via e-mail at jdelong@usmayors.org.
>For more information, and to download an entry form, go to
>Eric M. McCleaf, Project Manager
>Technology TEAM, Inc.
>Voice: (703) 256-6661 X123
>Pager: (703) 423-8746
>Fax: (703) 256-3810
Gary Liss
Fax: 916-652-0485