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Our Partners

BizRecycling has partnered with local chambers of commerce, business alliances, and economic development authorities who help us educate and connect businesses to BizRecycling resources.  

As the local, trusted source of business information for their members, our Partners are able to effectively connect businesses with our free recycling resources. These resources add value for their business members and help to protect our environment for the long run. Our partners directly reach nearly 2,500 businesses in the East Metro.

The Cottage Grove Area Chamber of Commerce serves the cities of Cottage Grove, Newport, and St. Paul Park. The Chamber’s Mission is to advance the economic well-being of their members and promote a positive business climate throughout the region by applying the leadership resources of private enterprise.

The East Side Area Business Association (ESABA) is an organization committed to providing meaningful connections to their diverse business community. As a collaborative partner in the East Side Enterprise Center (ESEC), they are able to connect local businesses with resources and tools so that they can not only be active citizens, but also experience business growth. Members are dedicated to the development of the East Side and support one another by sharing their unique perspectives and various talents.

The East Side Neighborhood Development Company (ESNDC) is a 40 year old locally governed community development corporation (CDC), whose mission is to foster a safe, diverse and thriving neighborhood by engaging the community to create affordable housing and support commercial development.

The Forest Lake Area Chamber of Commerce is an organization representing business and industry, working together to advance the economic well being of its members and the community. The Chamber serves businesses in the greater Forest Lake Area, including Forest Lake, Wyoming, Scandia, Columbus, Stacy, Lent, and Linwood.  Membership is composed of nearly 200 local businesses of all sizes.

For more than 50 years, the Forest Lake Area Chamber of Commerce has united businesses and professionals dedicated to the ongoing support of business activity, economic development, and civic advancement of the Forest Lake area.

The Latino Economic Development Center (LEDC) is a statewide membership-based nonprofit organization whose headquarters are located in Minneapolis. An ethnic/membership-based Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI), it is certified by the US Department of Treasury and by the MN State Council of OICs and OIC America as an Opportunities Industrialization Center (OIC).
The St. Paul Area Chamber of Commerce (SPACC) is a dynamic network of businesses and individuals organized to deliver economic opportunity for its members. More than 1,200 Twin Cities companies of all sizes and industries, as well as not-for-profit and government organizations, belong to the Chamber.

For more than 150 years, the Chamber has served as a gateway to business advantage. Through exceptional events and powerful advocacy efforts, the Chamber gives members a significant edge in a competitive marketplace.

The City of Shoreview’s Economic Development Commission has programs and resources to help retain, expand and recruit diversified business development which provides varied and broad job opportunities for the purpose of maintaining the community’s high quality of life. They work to build strong and effective relationships with the local business community and facilitate networking opportunities for local businesses through sponsored events.

The Stillwater Independent Business Alliance (SIBA) is an Independent Business Association that showcases the locally-owned home-town businesses that are essential to the economy and give Downtown Stillwater its character. IBAs work to build vital local economies based on independent, locally-owned businesses and help local entrepreneurs compete successfully against chains, online competitors and others. IBAs unite locally-owned independent businesses, citizens and community organizations to achieve this goal.
The Vadnais Heights Economic Development Corporation (VHEDC) is a private, non-profit organization established to further economic development in the City of Vadnais Heights and the northeast metro area. Unlike most economic development agencies, the VHEDC is independent of any governmental entity.

The VHEDC is comprised of local business leaders who are focused on creating new job opportunities, retaining existing jobs, and expanding the tax base of our area. Businesses invest in the organization both with their financial commitment as well as service on committees.

The White Bear Area Chamber of Commerce is one of the largest business organizations in the Northeast suburbs. The Chamber represents nearly 400 businesses from a wide variety of industries. The Chamber was established in 1923 under the name “White Bear Businessmen Association.” In 1994 the name was changed to the White Bear Area Chamber of Commerce.

The White Bear Area Chamber of Commerce serves the following communities: Birchwood, Dellwood, Gem Lake, Hugo, Mahtomedi, Maplewood, North Oaks, North Saint Paul, Vadnais Heights,White Bear Lake, White Bear Township, and Willernie.

The Woodbury Area Chamber of Commerce is a membership organization of local businesses organized and committed to promoting Woodbury’s economic, civic, commercial, cultural, industrial and educational interests.

The chamber serves as a business advocate and representative on legislative and regulatory issues. They provide recognition of educational achievements through providing scholarships to deserving students from local area high schools.

The St. Paul Saints are a professional baseball team, and a member of the North Division of the American Association of Independent Professional Baseball. The Saints have put environmental responsibility at the forefront of their organization, including hiring a Sustainability Coordinator whose sole focus is on maintaining and improving the recycling and energy efficiency programs at CHS Stadium.

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