And on right, in 2007, then NMRC Board President O. Paul Gallegos presents Marlene Feuer with Recycler of the Year.
Marlene Feuer has worked in the solid waste industry for 30-plus years and has become a self-admitted "recycler at heart".
was recognized by NMRC
in 2007 as NMRC's Recycler of the Year
and was named with the NMRC E. Gifford Stack Lifetime Achievement award presented last June 2011.
retired on March 30th, but plans to stay on as a part-time consultant to Waste Management.
has worked to bring recycling services around the state as the Waste Management Government & Public Affairs Manager.
Working directly with communities such as Ranchos de Albuquerque
, the Town of Bernalillo
, Bernalillo County
, Rio Rancho
and several smaller subdivisions to ensure they receive excellent curbside and drop-off recycling collection services.
provides assistance to five solid waste hauling divisions and three Sub-title D sanitary landfills in New Mexico.
oversees the contractual compliance of more than forty local government contracts.
And she served as a NMRC board member for as many terms as allowed - 6 dedicated years from 2002-2008!
and Steve - Thanks for the years of service and dedication!!
Marlene Feuer, spokeswoman for Waste Management, said the move may encourage more people to take advantage of the company's free recycling program provided to customers.
said all customers have to do is call and request a recycling bin, which is set out alongside the regular trash bin.
provides trash pickup service for Rio Rancho and unincorporated parts of Bernalillo County
On average, she
said 50 percent of customers use the recycling program.
Often, children and teens are more aware of environmental issues than older generations, Feuer
"They influence their parents," she