The Springfield Materials Recycling Facility Advisory Board (MAB), a recycling organization in Western Massachusetts, exists to promote recycling and to advise the Department of Environmental Protection and the Materials Recycling Facility about enhancing and sustaining recycling in the region. We are
inspired by a concern for our environmental future and we strive to communicate the importance of
The Western Massachusetts Regional Recycling Program serves over 65 communities in the four
western counties of the state. The cornerstone of the program is the Springfield Materials Recycling
Facility (MRF). The MRF was started as a state program to promote recycling by making it readily accessible to the communities of western Massachusetts.
Springfield Massachusetts Materials Recycling Facility
84 Birnie Avenue
Springfield, MA 01107-1129
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