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Motivate change in your community — become a Master Recycler

Inspire and make a difference while connecting with others who care about our natural resources just like you. Join over 1450 Master Recyclers from Canby to East Portland, Gresham to Sandy and everywhere in between.

master recyclersMaster Recyclers are a volunteer corps who motivate neighbors and coworkers to take action on sustainable consumption, toxics reduction, composting and recycling..

Learn from the Experts
Join 30 fellow recycling enthusiasts in an eight-week course, learning from innovative leaders about topics such as:

  • Sustainable consumption
  • Fixing and reusing items
  • The sharing community
  • Toxics reduction
  • Green building
  • Recycling and compost processing
  • The global markets in which recyclables are bought and sold

During the course you will also tour recycling centers, compost facilities and hazardous and municipal waste sites, to see firsthand how these systems work.

  • WHAT: Clackamas County 8-week spring course and 30-hour volunteer program.
  • WHEN: Eight consecutive Wednesdays 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. starting on March 30, and two Saturdays 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. on April 9 and May 7.
  • WHERE: Hosted by Clackamas County, 150 Beavercreek Rd., Oregon City.
  • COST: $50.00 - Partial and full scholarships are available.
  • Application deadline is March 1st at noon.

Learn more or apply by visiting www.masterrecycler.org

This program is brought to you by Metro, the City of PortlandClackamas CountyWashington County, the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality and Recycling Advocates.