- 1,006 Members
- 186 Available Material Postings
- 66 Wanted Material Postings
- 3,526,830 pounds (1,763 tons) material exchanged/diverted
- Total member cost savings: $201,954
Materials that have avoided the landfill so far include plastic bottle caps, wooden pallets and wood scrap, sawdust, E-waste, plastic drums, steel drums, specialty vermiculite, a giant magnet, carbon black, spent lime, polypropylene cloth balls, tarps, two Siemens Carbon Filtration Units, shelving, conveyor belts, HDPE Scrap and black soldier fly larva oil.
If you would like to learn more information on OMM, Ohio EPA is hosting a webinar on June 19. You can find information on the webinar here.
The Ohio Materials Marketplace will be migrating to a new dynamic platform within the next few months. The new marketplace will feature an improved communication tool and will be mobile friendly to greatly ease the creation of new material posts and speed material searches.
Visit https://ohio.materialsmarketplace.org/ to join the marketplace, complete a registration form, and then use your member login to browse available items where you will find the contact information and instant messaging option for the items offered. In order to track recycling and re-use success, please report any completed transactions through the OMM platform reporting tool or call the marketplace administrators. If you have questions or need help, please contact Frank Basting at email@example.com or (614) 644-3544.
As Workforce Initiatives Manager for the Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce, Jocelyn actively works to support workforce development efforts as part of the overall strategy to attract and retain talent in the Toledo Region. Jocelyn joined the Chamber in 2016 after studying politics at Bethany College. If you need her, you can find her at a coffee shop, the dog park, or talking about TRAIN.