Join the growing list of sponsors who support the NRC National Zero Waste Conference and the efforts to promote Zero Waste, circular economy, waste prevention, reuse, recycling and composting. Sponsors enjoy the benefits of:
- EXPOSURE to leading practitioners of Zero Waste in America
- ACCESS to the latest industry news and virtual networking technology
- RECOGNITION in our print, media, Conference and online content
To learn more about National Zero Waste Conference sponsorship opportunities, contact Alec Cooley at email@example.com or call 843 530-7582, 8am-5pm EST.
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Displayed on zwconference.org,
all session intro slides, and in NRC newsletter til June 2021
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|Virtual Tour Hosting|
Video, live-streamed or slide deck
Read by moderator
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|Coordinated Social Media |
Shout Outs *
|NZWC Webinar Branding|
Logo displayed on NZWC webinar intro slides
Promote conference with subscribers, social media and other leading Zero Waste, circular
economy, waste prevention, reuse, recycling and composting publications and organizations.
Conflict of Interest Policy
The National Recycling Coalition (NRC) accepts contributions, donations and grants from individuals, non-profit organizations, foundations, associations, corporations and governmental entities to provide financial support to the NRC, its programs, and its member services. Contributing donors will be recognized at Sponsorship levels as indicated on the Sponsors Levels and Benefits Chart.
Donors contributing to the NRC acknowledge support of the NRC Mission and Guiding Principles. The NRC logo and reference to the NRC name may be utilized by donors only in the prescribed manner consistent with current NRC policy. Donor understands that its contribution or donation shall not be used to influence the NRC’s principles or policy positions. The NRC reserves the right to refuse donations from any entity whose activities or interests it deems may conflict with the Mission and Guiding Principles of the NRC.