ISRI announces call for applications for new Century Club

ISRI announces call for applications for new Century Club

Century Club is made up of industry veterans whose combined age and years in the recycling business equal 100 years or greater.

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February 15, 2018
Edited by Megan Workman
Conferences & Events Personnel

The Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI), Washington, has announced it is accepting member applications for its new Century Club, a group made up of industry veterans whose combined age and years in the recycling business equal 100 years or greater.

The association says it created the ISRI Century Club for individuals that are retired or semiretired who desire to network with their peers, maintain friendships in their mature years and stay active in the scrap recycling industry.

“If you or someone you know has a combination of age and years of active participation in ISRI, and/or its predecessor organizations, Institute of Scrap Iron and Steel, National Association of Recycling Industries, and/or Paper Stock Institute that meets or exceeds 100 years, they qualify to join the club,” ISRI says.

ISRI’s Century Club will meet for the first time the morning of April 17 at ISRI2018 in Las Vegas for an educational session, followed by an afternoon exploring the expo hall, and capped off by a club member-only cocktail reception.

ISRI’s Century Club application can be accessed here.