Nebraska Recycling Council Announces Election of New Board Members
Nebraska Recycling Council (NRC) (www.nrcne.org), a statewide nonprofit dedicated to maximizing the economic and environmental benefits of resource recovery in Nebraska, is pleased to announce the election of three new board members at its annual meeting in October. Beginning 2-year terms in January 2018 are Brittney Albin, Sustainability Director, Lincoln Public Schools (Lincoln, NE); Kim Burge, Fundraising Coach (Valentine, NE); and Larissa Binod, Environmental Educator (Kimball, NE). Officers elected for 2018 are Danielle Easdale, President; Craig Gubbels, Vice President and Secretary; and Marty Hager, Treasurer.
Three existing board members were re-elected for 2-year terms: Anna Baum, Upper Loup NRD, (Mullen, NE), Craig Gubbels, Integrated Recycling (Mead, NE), and Frank Uhlarik, City of Lincoln (Lincoln, NE). They will join Matt Ashmore, Eagle Printing (Lincoln, NE), Danielle Easdale, Firstar Fiber (Omaha, NE), Cliff Fleener, Valmont Industries (Valley, NE), Marty Hager (Lincoln, NE), Gene Hanlon, City of Lincoln (Lincoln, NE), and Dan Warren, Aqua Systems (Lincoln, NE).
Nebraska Recycling Council is a statewide, member-based, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Our mission is to maximize the economic and environmental benefits of resource recovery in Nebraska. Our goal is to re-energize recycling in Nebraska through innovation, education, training, and the power of collaboration. Visit www.nrcne.org for more information.