Recycle Bicycle Tour of West Oakland, hosted by NCRA, Saturday November 11th
Report Now Available: Commercial Food Waste Reduction in Alameda County
Arthur Boone Receives NRC Lifetime Achivement Award!
NCRA is an association of recycling businesses, community groups, municipalities, and individuals committed to promoting, expanding, and institutionalizing recycling. Founded in 1978, NCRA is a nonprofit trade organization for recyclers with around 200 members, the majority of whom are located in Northern California. Boat rockers, we are active locally, regionally, state-wide and nationally depending on what needs to be done.
NCRA promotes waste reduction, reuse, salvaging, recycling, and composting as vital tools for resource and energy conservation, and as cost-effective, environmentally sound methods of disposing of discarded materials.
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.
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.
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.
MOORE’S MUSINGS 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.