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!
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.
Get Your Tickets
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.
ISRI Member Discount Rate:$999
ISRI Member Discount Rate:$1,229
ISRI Member Discount Rate:$1,359
Tuesday - Wednesday Exhibit Only Registration includes admission to: more than 275 exhibits and networking lunches on Tuesday, April 18 and Wednesday April 19 only.
ISRI Member Discount Rate:$579
ISRI Member Discount Rate:$809
ISRI Member Discount Rate:$939
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.
Mental Health Policy and Advocacy Director, National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Tennessee
Lilian Sotolongo Dorka
Deputy Assistant Administrator for Civil Rights, Office of Environmental Justice and External Civil Rights, EPA
Assistant to Secretary General, China Nonferrous Metals Industry Association Recycling Branch
Vice President, Programs and Workplace Initiatives, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
Manuel Carmona Yebra
Counsellor for Environment & Oceans, European Union Delegation to the United States
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
Relive or experience for the first time some of the top highlights from last year’s convention and exposition, ISRI’s first in-person in three years.