Membership Spotlights

WasteCap Nebraska welcomes our new and renewing members each month. Learn more about them below


Introducing our newest member: Uribe Refuse!

Established in 1976, Uribe Refuse strives to provide superior and consistent service. Uribe Refuse is a 3rd generation family owned and operated company that provides quality solid waste management services to the residents of Lincoln and surrounding communities. For over ten years, Uribe Refuse has been a member of the Better Business Bureau (BBB), are listed on the … Read More //

Closed Loop Recycling

WasteCap Nebraska is proud to have Closed Loop Recycling as a NEW member.  Closed Loop Recycling is a recycler of oil absorbents. We use a proprietary process in which we remove and recycle the oil absorbed by our products. We then clean and repackage our products for redistribution to our clients as well as recondition … Read More //

Sadoff Iron and Metal completes Omaha, Nebraska, facility expansion

Sadoff Iron and Metal, headquartered in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, has announced that the expansion of its scrap metal recycling facility at 4918 F St. in Omaha, Nebraska, will be completed by mid-August 2016. The 5,600-square-foot addition includes two new truck docks, a 35-foot ceiling height to allow for easy dumping and storage of material … Read More //

Changes Coming to the Nebraska State Fair

The Nebraska State Fair will offer a Marketplace Sustainability Pavilion during this year’s fair, which runs Aug. 26 through Sept. 5. Jamie Parr, fair facility manager, told board members at their monthly meeting Friday about the new pavilion, to be located in the Outdoor Marketplace area of the fairgrounds at Fonner Park. Parr said that the … Read More //

Springo Water WON $50,000.00!!!

Springo Water won the $50,000.00 from U.S. Bank and the edge contest.  Thank you to all of you who voted for them.  Springo Water plans to expand their equipment, education and benefit the community with the proceeds!  Congratulations to Springo Water! … Read More //

Nebraska Recycles Grows with Large Corporate Electronics Recycling

Congratulations to Nebraska Recycles, which handles electronic waste and hard drive destruction, sees gains with abut 80% of its business coming from large companies and the rest from residential.  Over 99 percent of the services are provided at no charge!  Owner Jack Doerr said revenues come from parts from electronics, especially computers.  For more information … Read More //

Recycling Today Magazine Hightlights Central States Reprocessing

ISRI 2016 Convention: Not so niche! Recyclers are finding more end users for difficult-to-recycle plastics. Troy Burgess, CEO, Central States Reprocessing LLC (CSR), Lincoln, Nebraska, said he has been in the PVC extrusion business for 22 years. CSR opened its doors in 2010, recycling high-density polyethylene (HDPE) and polypropylene (PP) for the composite decking industry. … Read More //

Nebraska State Fair Qualifies as a Zero Waste Event

Congratulations to the Nebraska State Fair for qualifying as a zero waste event for the second consecutive year with WasteCap Nebraska’s goZero program. State fair officials reported a 91.1% diversion rate, diverting 39.6% more plastics and 117% more cardboard than the previous year. The Zero Waste International Alliance defines zero waste as having a 90 … Read More //

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