Annual Meeting, May 18, 2023
Thursday, May 18, 6pm
Oakland, CA 94612 and via Zoom
Light dinner provided on-site
Join the NCRA Board, staff, volunteers, fellow members and interested parties for an evening of brainstorming, connecting and planning. We’re looking forward to hearing from you about webinars, activities, and programming you’d like to see in the year ahead! We encourage folks who live nearby to attend in person if possible. For the Zoom participants, we plan to broadcast the presentations and then shift to virtual breakouts as appropriate.
After the meeting, some folks will go to the nearby Kon-Tiki Room for Green Drinks. Standby for additional details.
Thank You 2023 Sponsors
Recordings: RU 2023 Recordings Now Available
Recycling Update 2023 Survey Results
RECYCLING UPDATE 2023 SURVEY RESULTS
The RU Program Committee and the NCRA Board would like to thank all those who completed the RU post-event survey. We received 90 responses, among the highest in recent years. This feedback is of incredible value to us and will help shape the location, programming and vision for RU 2024!
Before we go into further summary; we’d like to congratulate our raffle winners:
- Anna Oliva, City of San Rafael Climate Corps, who received the Green Education Certification Course and
- Andy Buck, Upper Valley Disposal, St. Helena, who will be attending RU 2024 as our guest.
Now about the survey…..
94% of respondents marked being very satisfied or satisfied with the topics presented
93% marked being very satisfied or satisfied with the overall experience of the conference
86 out of 90 felt represented, included, and welcomed
83% attended in person, while 14% attended virtually
75% think NCRA should continue to offer hybrid RU programming
While we received extremely positive feedback, there are some areas of improvement. We are committed to making these happen in 2024.
60% of respondents believe RU 2023 reflected NCRA’s ongoing work on diversity, equity, and inclusion
39% would like for RU to return to the East Bay (Freight & Salvage or another BART accessible venue)
32% would like to see more time for networking
Now that COVID is no longer a public health emergency we plan to return free coffee and lunch, and yes… even bring back the Tin Plates. We’ll plan to dedicate more time and space for networking as Green Drinks popularity continues to grow.
As always we are committed to expand and bring you the most cutting-edge Zero Waste programming in Northern California and beyond.Topics ranging from reuse to repair, recycling markets to carbon sequestration, EPR and product stewardship and of course the latest in Zero Waste programs and legislation, environmental justice and equitable community outreach.
Thank you, The RU Program Committee
Freddy Coronado, David Hott, Rebecca Jewell and Steve Lautze