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Northwest Bottled Water Association
Northwest Bottled Water Association Members come from all over the Pacific Northwest. They represent a wide range of companies from small family owned businesses to large corporations. This category is open to any firm engaged in the bottling, packaging, delivery, or distribution of the bottled or vended water. Associate members represent companies engaged in the sale of equipment, supplies, or services to the bottled water industry. Our supplier members represent local, national, and international companies. This category is also open to anyone interested in, but not now engaged in, the bottled water industry.
Link to Resource: NWBWA
Association of Oregon Recyclers (AOR)
The Association of Oregon Recyclers is a not-for-profit coalition of individuals, governments, not-for-profit organizations and businesses committed to encouraging waste prevention and recycling in Oregon.
Link to Resource: AOR
OLCC
Oregon’s government agency responsible for overseeing the Bottle Bill.
Link to Resource: OLCC
Oregon Department of Environmental Quality
Keep up with the latest Bottle Bill news, legislation and recycling issues at the state DEQ site.
Link to Resource: DEQ
American Beverage Association (ABA)
The American Beverage Association (ABA) is the trade association for America's non-alcoholic refreshment beverage industry, serving its members for more than 85 years.
Link to Resource: ABA
International Bottled Water Association
The International Bottled Water Association (IBWA) is the trade association representing the bottled water industry. Founded in 1958, IBWA's membership includes U.S. and international bottlers, distributors and suppliers.
Link to Resource: IBWA
Green Home Solutions
Going green is not just some kind of catch phrase that people around the world are using: It is a real way to save the planet's environment and save your family money as well. Most people do not realize how financially beneficial it can be to learn how to recycle or conserve energy. By following some easy tips, any family can take part in the green revolution and do its part for the greater good. Not only that, but you can also have more money to put aside for fun things like family vacations and remodeling projects that can add value to your home.
Link to Resource: Green Home Solutions