EPISODE 89: Allyson Mitchell of Indiana Recycling Coalition

“Getting people to understand that there are things in trash that have capacity and ability to have more life and create jobs and help save the environment as well, that is our job.” -Allyson Mitchell 

The state of Indiana has a recycling rate of about 20%, compared to the national average of 35%. Allyson Mitchell and the Indiana Recycling Coalition are passionate about increasing Hoosiers’ awareness of and access to recycling. As the executive director of Indiana Recycling Coalition, Allyson works to educate Indiana on the value and impact of waste reduction, reuse, composting and recycling activities on both the planet and the economy. Tune in to learn how you can responsibly reduce, reuse and recycle to make a difference every day.

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Indiana Philanthropy Alliance

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