The Recycled Materials Industry Takes the Stage in Music City

For the first time ever, the ISRI Annual Convention and Exposition is taking place in Nashville, TN! ISRI2023 brings together the rhythm and harmony of recycling like no other event in the industry. For four days the recycling community will come together to sharpen their skills, gain knowledge, build relationships, grow their business, and celebrate each other!

Showstopper Events

Every year the ISRI Convention and Exposition adds new and exciting experiences for attendees. From networking opportunities at some of Nashville’s hottest spots to groundbreaking and influential business leaders taking to the main stage, there will be fun activities, business opportunities, and learning experiences around every corner.

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All Access Registration includes admission to: Opening Exhibit Hall Reception; more than 275 exhibits; Opening General Session and Awards Presentation; Commodity Spotlights; 30+ Educational Sessions; Live Demonstration; After Hours Party; Breakfast in the ISRI Cafe; Closing General Session; Networking Lunches in the Exhibit Hall; and the Closing Night Celebration.

Pre Sale

Ends on Jan 24

  • ISRI Member Discount Rate:$999
  • Nonmember Rate:$1,659


Ends on March 15

  • ISRI Member Discount Rate:$1,229
  • Nonmember Rate:$2,059

Box Office/Will Call

Ends on April 20

  • ISRI Member Discount Rate:$1,359
  • Nonmember Rate:$2,259

Tuesday - Wednesday Exhibit Only Registration includes admission to: more than 275 exhibits and networking lunches on Tuesday, April 18 and Wednesday April 19 only.

Pre Sale

Ends on Jan 24

  • ISRI Member Discount Rate:$579
  • Nonmember Rate:$859


Ends on March 15

  • ISRI Member Discount Rate:$809
  • Nonmember Rate:$1,259

Box Office/Will Call

Ends on April 20

  • ISRI Member Discount Rate:$939
  • Nonmember Rate:$1,359

Recycling’s Got Talent

Hear and learn from some of the biggest names in the recycled materials industry. More than 70 speakers will be sharing their expertise and lessons learned that you can use grow in your career and develop your business.

Abhijay Goenka

Vice President, Steelbro International Co., Inc.

Adam Dumes

Chief Commercial Officer, Cohen Recycling

Adam Shine

President, Sunnking, Inc.

Alisa LaPolt

Mental Health Policy and Advocacy Director, National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Tennessee

Amanda Marrs

Senior Director of Product, AMP Robotics

Barry Berman

President/CEO, Integritas Consulting Group, Inc.

Becky Proler

President, SCR Recycling

Brian Henesey

Chair, ISRI Board of Directors, Rocky Mountain Recycling, Inc., Commerce City, CO

Colin Kelly

Chair-Elect, ISRI Board of Directors, Public Affairs Director, Schnitzer Northeast

Craig Boswell

President and Co-Founder, HOBI International, Inc.

Dalan Zartman

Chief Operations Officer, Energy Security Agency

Dan Sahd

Team Leader, Sahd Metal Recycling

Darrell Kendall

Executive Director of RIOS™ Program, Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI)

Dave Bestwick

Director of Sales and Procurement, Dominion Nickel Alloys

David Szmigielski

Director, Sustainable Finance & Advisory, Wells Fargo Securities

David Wagger

Chief Scientist/Director of Environmental Management, ISRI

Dirk Fuchs

Director Program & Services, I-CAR

Dr. Matt Sieloff

Vice President of Implementation and Development, Jason Learning

Dr. Ryan Nolte

Director of Safety Outreach, Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI)

Drake Hougo

Co-Founder & COO, ReMatter

Ed Daniels

Director, Strategic Programs, REMADE Institute

Emily Molstad

CEO & Co-Founder, VALIS

Eric Frederickson

Managing Director, Operations, Call2Recycle

Everett Hare Sr.

Principal, Houston ISD - Worthing Early College High School

George Hinkle

Managing Partner, ARCOA Group

Gordon Driscoll

CEO, GreenSpark Software

J David Naughton

CIC, CES, Commercial Risk Management, Acentria

Jeff Haltrecht

Executive, Call2Recycle

Jeffrey Bonkoski

North America Western Area Manager, Hazard Control Technologies

John Kreckel

Director of Membership and Workforce Development, REMADE Institute

Kari Bliss

Principal Sustainability, PADNOS

Karyn Booth

Partner, Transportation Group Leader, Thompson Hine LLP

Kate Ilecki

Vice President & General Manager, Metalico Rochester, Metalico

Kenneth A. Kunze

Fire Prevention Specialist, IC Fire Prevention

Lindsay Maine

Environmental Director, SA Recycling

Maggie Mortali

Vice President, Programs and Workplace Initiatives, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

Melissa Frangiosa

Fleet Safety Director, Schnitzer Steel Industries

Michael C. Kennedy

Chief Operating Officer, Empire Consulting, LLC

Mike Hough

Chief Compliance Officer, Gebhart Holdings

Neil Samahon

President/CEO, Opportunity Enterprises, Inc.

Nidhi Turakhia

Partner and Executive Vice President, Allied Alloys

Paula Summers

Senior Vice President - Sales and Strategic Partnerships, VFG Leasing & Finance

Peter Van Houten

General Manager, Bob’s Metals Inc.

Phil Bove

Director of Business Development, Sunnking Inc.

Rana Foroohar

Global Economic Analyst, CNN
Global Business Columnist, Financial Times

Richard “Bo” Bodo

Director, Learning & Development, Li-Cycle

Rick Arrington

Crime Prevention Consultant and Trainer, Crime Prevention Center for Training and Services, LLC

Rike Sandlin

CEO, Rivervista Partners

Robert Ellsworth

Director of Sustainability, Schnitzer Steel Industries, Inc.

Robin Wiener

President, ISRI

Ronald Lowrey

Area Manager Eastern North America, Hazard Control Technologies

Sandy Brooks

Vice President of Finance, SA Recycling LLC

Stephen Donnelly

President, Stephen Donnelly & Associates

Stephen Moss

Vice President, Stanton A Moss Inc

Susan Robinson

Recycling and Sustainability Consultant, SusanKRobinson Consulting

Terry Levy

President, ARCOA

Todd Foreman

Director of Law Enforcement Outreach, ISRI

Vicente Fox

President of Mexico (2000-2006)
Humanitarian & Founder of Centro Fox
Co-President of Centrist Democrat International - organization of center-right political parties
Advisory Board Member at Inolife Sciences

Wesley Fleming

Vice President, Air & Compliance Engineering Services, KERAMIDA Inc.

Nashville, Tennessee

Music City Center
201 Rep. John Lewis Hwy. South

For the first-time ever, the Music City will host the ISRI Convention and Exposition, the recycled materials industry’s largest event. One of the hottest cities to visit in the country, Nashville is synonymous with the top musical artists, nightlife, a dynamic art scene, and sustainability.

The Music City Center, a 2.1 million square foot facility, is in the heart of the city. With a heavy focus on sustainability it is only fitting that it is the home of ISRI2023!

Thank You to Our Sponsors

ISRI2022 Highlights

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