Raymond Publishing

Raymond Communications, Inc., publishes the newsletters STATE RECYCLING LAWS UPDATE and Recycling Laws International, and special reports on related issues, provides custom research and tracking. We have 13 years of experience in recycling policy. Newsletters cover 32 issues in all 50 states and 37 countries, including `producer responsibility` laws for packaging, electronics and batteries, green labeling, green procurement, material bans, landfill restrictions, and newsprint mandates. Company also produces the annual international `Take it Back!` conference and workshops.

Company details

P.O. Box 4311 , Silver Spring , MD 20914-4311 USA

Locations Served

Business Type:
Publishing company
Industry Type:
Waste and Recycling
Market Focus:
Globally (various continents)
Year Founded:

Founded in 1991 by the late environmental journalist Michele Raymond, Raymond Communications, Inc. has been providing news and insight on important environmental legislative and regulatory developments from around the world for more than 20 years. Our clients include Fortune 500 companies, consulting and packaging firms, recycling and waste management companies, government environmental agencies and environmental and non-profit organizations.

In the United States, we produced a series of successful Take It Back! conferences that focused on the emergence of extended producer responsibility programs. We have also produced webinars on environmental topics ranging from EU REACH regulations to WEEE in developing countries.

Today, our focus is on delivering important news quickly and conveniently to you through electronic publications including two weekly electronic newsletters - Recycling Laws International and State Recycling Laws Update - and special reports ranging on topics from environmental labeling to waste and recycling regulations in Latin America.

On consulting projects, our skilled team of researchers and writers track down often hard-to-find environmental regulations, saving our clients time and money.

The environmental landscape continues to evolve with new trends taking shape such as nanomaterials registration and risk analysis, government green chemistry initiatives, new resource recovery programs and recycling strategies for the products of tomorrow such as electric vehicles and solar modules. However, one thing is certain - if you need to know what's happening in environmental legislative and regulatory front, we're hear to deliver the information you need.