JESSICA JANE ROBINSON, NCRA MEMBER SINCE 2012
As Miss Alameda, I am a self employed public figure, environmental advocate and artist. I hope to turn the Miss Alameda Says Compost project into a broader based non-profit later this year. We help cities, organizations, and communities reach their diversion goals through social and cultural change activities. Read More “Member Interview – Jessica Robinson, 09/13”
Thanks to our 2013 Sponsors:
Gold – CRRA, GRRN, Urban Ore, Waste Management of Alameda County and the NCRA Membership.
Silver – Ecology Center, City of San Francisco, HDR, Pacific Rim Recycling, Republic Services and Rick Anthony Associates.
By John Moore, Henn, Etzel and Moore
A semi-monthly feature, exclusive to NCRA News, from NCRA general counsel and board member John Moore, concerning recent legal decisions relating in some manner to Zero Waste. Read More “What Does Proposition 8 Have To Do With Zero Waste?”
TOMER SHAPIRA, NCRA MEMBER SINCE 2010
I am the Zero Waste Projects Manager for the San Francisco Conservation Corps. The SFCC offers young people opportunities to develop themselves, their academic abilities and marketable job skills while addressing community needs through service work. Read More “Member Interview – Tomer Shapira, 07/13”
JESSICA CONNOLLY, NCRA MEMBER SINCE 2009
My title – the longest at my company, is Recycling & Environmental Awareness Program Coordinator or REAP Coordinator. Yes, I’m the REAPer, but the best kind around; I reap the people who don’t properly recycle and compost and transform them into recycling stewards. Read More “Member Interview – Jessica Connolly, 06/13”