Ohio’s Move Over Law requires motorists to cautiously shift over one lane — or slow down if changing lanes is not possible — when passing any vehicle with flashing lights on the side of a road. Its purpose is to protect everyone who works on our roads and everyone who travels on them. Learn More
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WASTECON 2018 coming to Nashville, TN
WASTECON® 2018: August 20–23, Nashville, TN Join us in Music City for a week of learning, networking, and fun at WASTECON® 2018 in Nashville, TN from August 20–23. This dynamic conference will feature “Sound Ideas” in waste management, speaking to the most pressing issues in our industry today. Conference topics range from rural issues, to …
Join us for our Annual Meeting!
Please join us for the SWANA Buckeye Chapter Annual Meeting on Thursday, September 13, 2018 from 10 AM – 2 PM at the Grange Audubon Center, 505 W. Whittier Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215. More Information here
Governor Kasich Signs Slow Down to Get Around Legislation
On July 30, Ohio Governor John Kasich signed legislation, SB 127, that requires drivers to slow down and safely change lanes when approaching solid waste and recycling vehicles. Ohio is now the 21st state to pass this legislation, commonly known as Slow Down to Get Around (SDTGA). The NWRA Ohio Chapter worked with key stakeholders …
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Case Western Reserve University 3rd Place finish at the 2017 Student Solid Waste Design Competition
Congratulations to Ohio’s Case Western Reserve University students Madeleine Harris and Jack Worsham.