Whether you’re an individual or representing an organization, your membership to Circular Philadelphia supports the work we do to build a circular economy in our region and gives you the opportunity to directly engage in circular economy initiatives with broad impact.
Annual Membership Fee
Small Business / Non-Profit*
* Small businesses are any businesses with 10 or fewer employees.
- Invitation to our semiannual members meeting
- Direct input opportunities to influence policy and legislative priorities for Circular Philadelphia
- Free access to all webinars, workshops and other technical assistance materials in our library
- Discounted or free admission to Circular Philadelphia events
- Members only opportunity to serve on our board committees
- Eligibility to run for a seat on the Board of Directors
- Individual benefits for up to four members of the organization, PLUS:
- Two hours of circularity consultation with one of our network professionals
Explore Circular Philadelphia’s Organizational Members
Use the map below to explore Circular Philadelphia member businesses and organizations. Visit the members page for a full directory.
Founding members are those who have supported Circular Philadelphia from the very beginning by joining our organization to invest in the important work of building a circular economy in Philadelphia. We are extremely grateful to them for supporting our mission and believing in the power of a circular economy.
Learn more about our members through our spotlight series, where we profile their work, their interests, and why a circular economy is important to them.
September 2023 Organizational Spotlight
Rutabaga Toy Library offers a zero-waste solution for eco-conscious families by offering toy-sharing and a zero-waste party space for kids’ birthday celebrations.
August 2023 Organizational Spotlight
Baleena builds best-in-class, next-gen filtration devices to tackle microplastics fiber pollution in the fashion supply chain, beginning first with individual consumers.
July 2023 Organizational Spotlight
Dyvert is on a mission to improve recycling and recycling messaging in common spaces by making it simple to understand what materials are recyclable where. Their patented recycling bin and lid system is in use on college campuses, local businesses and non-profits, helping to increase recycling rates and substantially cut contamination.
June 2023 Organizational Spotlight
Philly Foodworks runs an online farmers market, sourcing high-quality local produce from over 150 local producers, and they deliver their products to your door or community pick-up location.
May 2023 Organizational Spotlight
The Resource Exchange is Philadelphia’s go-to center for all things creative reuse! Their mission is to provide inspiration and reclaimed materials for creative and environmentally resourceful making, teaching & living.
April 2023 Organizational Spotlight
Rego addresses the problem of bulk waste by building the technology necessary to help power the circular economy for such items as furniture, appliances, and other large, hard-to-recycle items.
March 2023 Organizational Spotlight
Glitter is Philly’s split-it-with-your-neighbors block cleaning service for neighbors, businesses, and communities. They offer an affordable solution to keep litter and trash off our streets and sidewalks.
February 2023 Organizational Spotlight
Trash Academy’s work is at the intersection of art, community, materials and justice. As enablers of Clean Philadelphia NOW, a campaign to end litter and dumping by 2028, Trash Academy engages citizens to take action and demand the resources and support to keep our neighborhoods and city clean.
January 2023 Organizational Spotlight
Temple University’s Office of Sustainability serves as a valuable resource to the Temple community by driving sustainability forward on campus and providing opportunities for students and the wider campus community to learn about and engage with the circular economy.
November 2022 Organizational Spotlight
All Together Now PA (ATN PA) is a non-profit organization working to unite Pennsylvania’s rural and urban communities to build just, regenerative, and resilient regional economies that are self-reliant in basic needs.
October 2022 Organizational Spotlight
Bennett Compost makes composting easy and accessible for all Philadelphians by picking up food waste from businesses’ and individuals’ doorsteps (often on bike) and transforming it into nutrient-rich, all-natural compost.
September 2022 Organizational Spotlight
Equitable Cities Consulting provides strategic advisory services to governments, nonprofits and the private sector related to economic development that leads to more equitable cities.
August 2022 Organizational Spotlight
MOM’s Organic Market is a family-owned and operated organic grocery store with a mission to protect and restore the environment. For thirty-five years, they’ve been doing that through the products they offer, their recycling partnerships, and the way they run their business.
July 2022 Organizational Spotlight
Good Buy Supply is a go-to resource for Philadelphians seeking to live a plastic-free, zero-waste lifestyle. Their thoughtfully curated store on Passyunk Ave. provides customers with solutions for sustainable living.
July 2022 Individual Spotlight
After a tour to a local landfill left Aviva with the realization that single-use plastics are generating ubiquitous environmental impacts, she started seeking a better way. That search led her to Circular Philadelphia and the work that we do to change the system from end to end.
June 2022 Organizational Spotlight
Bottle Underground is transforming Philadelphia’s glass recycling system to one that actually works. Their advocacy for better materials management in the city is critical to building the circular economy, and they are leading the way in their own operations.
June 2022 Individual Spotlight
Daniel sees Circular Philadelphia as a “sea of opportunities to do something new and better,” and his enthusiasm for and work at the intersection of environment, equity and economy directly supports a more resilient Philadelphia.
May 2022 Organizational Spotlight
When Circular Philadelphia launched in June 2021, Revolution Recovery signed on as the organization’s first founding member. As a construction material recycling company, Revolution Recovery is advancing circularity in the built environment throughout the region.
May 2022 Individual Spotlight
If you’ve stopped by Circular Philadelphia’s table at an event, there’s a good chance that you talked to Paula. Since the beginning, Paula has been enthusiastically volunteering her time to spread the word about the circular economy and Circular Philadelphia’s work to all Philadelphians.
April 2022 Organizational Spotlight
Tiffin, a popular Indian restaurant chain in the Philly region, has established themselves as a leader in food system circularity by offering customers reusable containers for their takeout.
April 2022 Individual Spotlight
Terry is no stranger to the important work of combating climate change in Philadelphia. She has been working at the community, city and state levels for decades as a champion of a more sustainable future.
March 2022 Organizational Spotlight
Sunflower Philly is a community-based, nonprofit organization focused on providing access to art, music & sustainable resources through a curated series of events and programs in North Philadelphia. Among other programs, their Trash Club is helping to advance circularity by engaging Philadelphians in action around waste.
March 2022 Individual Spotlight
As a supply chain engineer, Thiago brings his expertise and enthusiasm to Circular Philadelphia to help us solve complex challenges as part of the Textiles Working Group.
February 2022 Organizational Spotlight
Retrievr envisions a world where people, cities and brands work together to easily return value to our unwanted items, building the circular economy together. Their goal is to make the doorstep collection of electronics and apparel as easy and ubiquitous as paper, bottles and cans.
February 2022 Individual Spotlight
Amanda made her mark on Philadelphia working for the Philadelphia Department of Planning and Development where she focused on the activation of vacant land, and we’re excited for her to bring that perspective to Circular Philadelphia’s work.
January 2022 Organizational Spotlight
The concept of the circular economy is embedded in Vicinity’s operations and how they approach their business. Their commitment to reduce waste is incorporated in their plan to reach net zero carbon emissions across all operations by 2050.
January 2022 Individual Spotlight
When Jett isn’t busy revitalizing communities through their role at Rebuilding Together Philadelphia, they’re advocating for increased sustainability in the building trades to promote deconstruction and recycling on the job site.
December 2021 Organizational Spotlight
The Rounds delivers everyday essentials — think pantry items and cleaning and paper products — with zero packaging waste. Their mission is to make everyday sustainable choices effortless.
December 2021 Individual Spotlight
Kim is one of three sisters behind the Simply Haraa Instagram account and newsletter. They focus on simple actions that people can take to reduce waste, advocate for change and support local sustainable businesses.
November 2021 Organizational Spotlight
ECHO Systems is a Philadelphia member-based network of businesses, organizations, and community members intent upon—through their actions—eliminating single-use waste.
November 2021 Individual Spotlight
When Marc Shackelford-Rowell isn’t managing solar installs for Solar States, he’s busy with the business he founded, Deep Green Retrofit, to educate others about solar and create energy efficient homes for all.
October 2021 Organizational Spotlight
Established in 2016, Circle Compost is a woman-owned company whose mission is to prevent food scraps and other organic materials from being landfilled by turning them into compost that is used in a variety of urban farm and garden applications.
October 2021 Individual Spotlight
If you’ve been following our Instagram feed (and if not, you should!), you already know Hillary, as she serves as our social media maven. We are so lucky to have this renaissance woman supporting us with both her experience and her enthusiasm.