• Events

    Sustainability Leadership Presentation Series

    WasteCap Nebraska is proud to partner with Metropolitan Community College, in partnership with Central Community College, for a monthly presentation series on topics related to sustainability, energy, the environment and how they apply to individuals.  We are committed to leading and fostering a sustainable environment for our community. All presentations will be streamed live to… Read More //

    Construction & Demolition Waste Recycling Online Course

    Wednesday November 12, 2014 – Thursday November 13, 2014 Description: WasteCap Nebraska Hosting LEED Qualified Construction & Demolition Waste Online Management Course! WasteCap Nebraska in cooperation with WasteCap Resource Solutions is sponsoring a two-day webinar training course for Construction and Demolition Waste Recycling.  The sessions will be held on Wednesday, November 12, 2014 from 10am… Read More //

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  • News

    UNL Report: Understanding and Assessing Climate Change

    Implications for Nebraska  UNL leads its Big Ten academic peers by validating the science of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and the National Climate Assessment, confirming that climate change is primarily caused by humans, and that Nebraska has been and will continue to be affected.  This report again confirms that there is no scientific… Read More //

    LES SunShares Project

    Now YOU can help bring more solar power to the Lincoln area through Lincoln Electric System’s community solar project, LES SunShares. This project adds more clean, renewable solar energy to the LES resource mix, decreasing our reliance on fossil fuels. Participation starts at $3 per month through your monthly electric bill, beginning January 1, 2015. Based… Read More //

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    Nebraska’s Most Comprehensive Recycling Guide

    NEW & IMPROVED!  WasteCap Nebraska presents Nebraska’s Most Comprehensive Recycling Guide.  This guide helps Nebraska businesses and households find service providers for all their waste reduction and recycling needs.  You can search by material, location or organization.  Click on the recycling guide above to start your search.  

    Public Policy Forum

    Join us on October 28 at 7:30 p.m. at Embassy Suites, 1040 P Street, Lincoln, Nebraska, for a Public Policy Forum: The Role of Government in Waste Management and Resource Recovery Systems.  The FREE Public Policy Forum (open to the public) will show how governments play a vital role in creating regulations and incentives for… Read More //

  • Spotlights

    Nebraska Recycles

    WasteCap Nebraska is proud to announce a new member. Nebraska Recycles specializes in Electronics Recycling right here in Lincoln, NE. We provide environmentally sound solutions and data destruction for both residential and commercial customers. We service Lincoln and the surrounding areas. We Recycle Computers, Laptops, Phones, Tablets, Accessories, Satellite Receivers, Stereo Equipment, Game Consoles, and… Read More //

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    Ayars & Ayars, Inc

    Thank you to Ayars & Ayars, Inc for sponsoring our Construction & Demolition Workshops. Ayars & Ayars, Inc has been building lasting relationships in the commercial construction industry since December, 1985, and over the years our focus hasn’t changed, we continue to work with our customers to develop long term rewarding relationships. Our construction expertise… Read More //

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    Uribe Refuse Services, Inc. & Recyclelink

    Thank you to Uribe Refuse Services, Inc. for sponsoring our October Green Team Roundtable. Uribe Refuse Services, Inc. is a 3rd generation family owned & operated company that provides quality solid waste management services to the residents of Lincoln and surrounding communities including,  Bennet, Cheney, Denton, Dorchester, Hallam, Martell, Milford, Pleasant Dale, Seward, Sprague, and… Read More //

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Our Mission: To partner business leaders to implement resource conservation strategies that improve profitability, community goodwill and employee pride.