2017 NRRA Annual Conference & Expo

The 36th Annual NRRA Recycling Conference & Expo

“Back to the Future for Recycling…It’s Time”

When:  May 22-23, 2017

Where:  The Radisson (Center of New Hampshire), Manchester, NH

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We are in the planning phase for  this year’s Annual Conference so check back frequently for updates!  For now, though, Mark your calendars and save the dates!  We hope to see you there as we return to Manchester and their newly re-designed Ballroom and hotel facilities!

 

NRRA would like to thank the our Media Partners for including our Annual Conference information in their publications.  Be sure to visit out Media Partner Tab for links to each of their websites!

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Exhibitor/Sponsor  On-Line Registration, NOW OPEN!  Click HERE

Things are moving right along!  We just sent out out Call for Exhibitors & Sponsors on 1/24/17!  If you or someone you know are interested in exhibiting at this year’s 36th Annual Recycling Conference be sure to check out our official Sponsor and Exhibitor Invite which includes ALL of the must have details for Exhibitors! On line registration is not yet available (we’re making a few changes) so keep checking OR CLICK HERE for the downloadable PDF form.

 

2017 Conference – Call for Presentation Proposals

are-you-a-speaker Calling all Speakers and Workshop Presenters!!  We want you to present at this year’s conference.  Send us your one-page abstract right away!

Submission Deadline: Friday January 20th, 2017

 

Click HERE for complete Call for Speaker Invite and Abstract Requirements!!

 

Keynote Speaker Announced NRRA’S 36th Annual Northeast Recycling Conference & Expo

December 1, 2016

John Casella Chairman & CEO Casella Waste Management

John Casella
Chairman & CEO Casella Waste Management

Northeast Resource Recovery Association is honored to announce that the keynote speaker for its 36th Annual Conference and Exposition will be Mr. John Casella. Mr. Casella is considered a leading authority in the solid waste industry in New England and a visionary with over 40 years of experience in the challenging world of resource recovery and sustainable materials management.

John Casella’s history, unparalleled knowledge of the current state of the industry and his constant forward looking vision make him a great fit for this year’s conference theme, “Back to the Future for Recycling…It’s Time”

It is with deep appreciation to John that NRRA makes this announcement.  Mr. Casella’s address will kick off a full two days of workshops, presentations, and awards that will cover the gamut of interests from day to day operations, contract management, market realities, and long term planning. Resource Recovery is recognized nationally as one of the most challenging professions today and Mr. Casella will be able to address those challenges in a manner that will resonate with everyone in attendance.

John W. Casella has served as Chairman of the Board of Directors since July 2001 and as the Chief Executive Officer since 1993. Mr. Casella also served as President from 1993 to July 2001 and as Chairman of the Board of Directors from 1993 to December 1999. In addition, Mr. Casella has served as Chairman of the Board of Directors of Casella Waste Management, Inc. since 1977. Mr. Casella has been a member of numerous industry-related and community service-related state and local boards and commissions, including the National Recycling Coalition, Board of Directors of the Associated Industries of Vermont, The Association of Vermont Recyclers, the Vermont State Chamber of Commerce, the Rutland Industrial Development Corporation and Rutland Regional Medical Center. Mr. Casella has also served on various state task forces, serving in an advisory capacity to the Governors of Vermont and New Hampshire on solid waste issues. Mr. Casella holds an Associate of Science in Business Management from Bryant & Stratton College and a Bachelor of Science in Business Education from Castleton State College.

Our conference has it all, and attendees can even get credit for your NH Solid Waste Operator Training requirements through the NH DES. Some of the issues we will be addressing in our workshops this year include Producer Responsibility Initiatives, Organics and Composting, new technologies for MSW and Recyclables and much, much more.

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