USCC Call for Annual Award Nominations 2020 Edition – Recycling at it’s best !!!!
WYBN TV 14 News Windham NY 11/20/2020
USCC Call for Annual Award Nominations
Eight awards are given by the USCC to distinguish outstanding members of the composting community in a variety of industry categories. The awards will be presented at the Annual Conference, January 26 – 27, 2021. You must be a USCC member to submit a nomination. Nominations are due November 25, 2020 by 9:00 p.m.
Compost Manufacturer of the Year – Large Scale
Compost Manufacturer of the Year – Small Scale
Organics Diversion Program of the Year
Hi Kellogg Award: Awarded to an individual who has displayed outstanding service to the U.S. composting industry over a period of many years.
Rufus Chaney Award: Awarded to an individual who has displayed excellence in the area of compost research over a period of many years.
H. Clark Gregory Award: Awarded to an individual who has displayed outstanding service to the compost industry through various grassroots efforts.
Clean Water Award: Awarded to a person or company in the compost industry or related field who has completed projects that positively impacted water quality via the use of organics or increased awareness of the link between quality soils, compost and water quality.
Jerome Goldstein Lifetime Achievement Award: Awarded to an individual who has achieved excellence in their field of study and to honor those who have made significant contributions over their professional career to the field of environmental stewardship and natural resource sustainability.
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