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[GreenYes] C&D Workshop on May 21, 2001 in San Jose
California Resource Recovery Association
California Organic Recycling Council & 
Construction & Demolition Council

C&D Recycling 2001 Workshop

Monday, May 21, 2001
9:00 a.m.- 3:30 p.m.
San Jose State University
Engineering Building, 1st floor, Room 189

Would you like to learn more about government programs 
to promote C&D recycling? Are you interested in the effects 
of Green Building on C&D Recycling? Would you benefit 
from learning about finished markets for C&D? If you 
answered yes to any of these questions, then this 
interactive workshop will be of great benefit to you.

8:30-9:00 am Registration & Continental Breakfast

9:00-9:40 am Effects of Green Building on C&D Recycling

Meri Soll, Program Manager
Alameda County Waste Mgt. Authority
"Green Building Guidelines for Residential Construction and Remodeling"

Mary Tucker, Supervising Environmental Services Specialist
City of San Jose
“San Jose's Green Building Program"

9:40-9:45 am Break

9:45-10:45 am Deconstruction Efforts in the Bay Area

Ted Reiff, President
The ReUse People of California
 "Why We Don't Need Government Intervention"

Paul Gardner, Owner
Whole House Building Supply, East Palo Alto
"Lessons Learned From the Trenches."

Kevin Drew, Industrial Resource Conservation Manager
City of San Francisco
"Harvesting the Urban Forest".

10:45-11:00 am Break

11:00-Noon Government Programs to Promote Recycling

Wendy Sommer, Program Manager
Alameda County Waste Mgt. Authority
"Status of C&D Recycling Programs in Alameda County"

Stephen Bantillo, Environmental Specialist
City of San Jose
"San Jose's Innovative C&D Recycling Program"

Ed Cooney, J. Edwards and Associates, Inc.
City of Atherton, Town of Hillsborough and City of Burlingame
"Programs Within San Mateo County for Recycling C&D"

12:00-1:00 pm Lunch (Provided in the registration fee)
1:00 - 2:00 pm Finished Markets for C&D

Chris Trott, Director of Wood Fuel Purchasing, Ogden Power
"Effects of C&D Waste at Biomass Plants"

Mike Woody, GP Gypsum
"Regional Environmental Resources Gypsum Recycling Today"

* Wendy Helms, Recycling Coordinator
Honeywell/Evergreen Nylon Recycling
"The Future of Carpet Recycling with Regards to Demolition and

* Lisa Geller, Project Coordinator
"Community Woodworks, Materials
Processes and Marketing of Reclaimed Lumber".

2:30 pm Tour: Departing SJSU for Zanker Road Landfill and 
Zanker Materials Processing Facility    
(Tour is limited to 55 people)

Workshop Sponsors:

* Alameda County Waste Mgt. Authority
* City of San Jose
* California Organics Recycling Council
* San Jose State University
* Solid Waste Committee of Santa Clara County
* Waste Management, Inc.
* Zanker Road Resource Mgt.

Registration Fees:

·	CRRA Members: $45.00 (includes lunch)
·	Non-Members: $55.00 (includes lunch)
·	Late Registration: Received after May 10, 2001 add $20.00.

To register: please complete this form and mail with check payable to:

CRRA: 1414 K
Street, Suite 660, 
Sacramento, CA 95814 
or register by fax or email with Master Card or Visa to
(916) 447-5194 or email to .

You will receive confirmation of registration via mail or email.

city, state, zip
telephone fax

Credit Card Information
credit card number
_________________ 	___________________
expiration date 		Total Amount Charged
name on card

Do you need a Parking Pass?   Yes No

Are you participating in the Tour?  Yes No
(You must pre-register to participate in the tour)

Directions to San Jose State University
One Washington Square

>From Highway 101 in either direction:

Highway 101 to the Highway 280 north interchange; 
Highway 280 to Seventh Street exit north, 
make a right turn; 
cross San Salvador and left into Seventh Street Garage.

>From Highway 280 in either direction:

Highway 280 to Seventh Street exit north 
(left turn coming from north, 
right turn coming from south); 
cross San Salvador and left into Seventh Street Garage.

Park in the Student Service Center. 
Walk between the Industrial Studies building and the 
Corporation Yard.  

Turn right after the Industrial building. 
Pass the Student Union on the left hand side. 
After the Student Union Center, the Engineering 
Building will be on right hand side. 
The workshop will be in the Engineering building on the 1st floor, room

CRRA Membership Information

CRRA provides you with the opportunity to make valuable 
contacts and keep up with the issues and information in the 
resource conservation industry. Why not join CRRA today and
begin receiving CRRA and NRC member benefits? To enroll 
as a member and pay the membership rate for this workshop, 
simply forward the applicable dues along with your

Annual Membership Dues (combined CRRA & NRC)
"  $56    Student/Individual Nonprofit   (requires proof)
"  $81    Nonprofit Organization Rate
"  $106    Individual     (additional family members $50)
"  $131 Government Agency Rate   (1st member)
"  $231 Business Rate; private & public (1st member)
"  $81   Associate Member Rate  (each additional member from 
a government agency, business or family)

(each additional employee of a government or business or 
additional family member)

Subscription Discounts (A Benefit of your CRRA Membership!)

$ 20 BioCycle Discount w/ CRRA Membership
        12 issues $ 49     or   24 issues at $ 93

$ 20 Resource Recycling discount w/ NRC membership
         12 issues $ 29    or 24 issues at $55

Join CRRA Technical Councils (Check up to two at no additional cost)

"   Business Recyclers Educational Assistance Link
"   California Collegiate Recycling Council
"   California Organics Recycling Council
“   Construction & Demolition Council
"   Global Recycling Council
"   Local Agency Technical Council
"   Repair, Resale and Reuse Council
"   Independent Recyclers Council
"   Hazardous Waste Prevention/Recycling Council

Affiliation Type (CRRA members are listed in the annual membership
Directory under the categories below.  Please indicate which category 
you wish to be listed under.)

Government (regional, city, county, state, federal)
Non-Profit Group
Private Generator
Recycling-based Manufacturer
Solid Waste/ Recycling Service Provider
Reuse, Recycling or Composting Business
Student / Academic

Total for CRRA / NRC  Membership:     $  		                              

Amount Due:      			 $		                                  

__  I do not wish to join NRC at this time… ask me again next year.
You may deduct $31.00 from your total payment.  However, CRRA
Will still be required to pay $31.00 to NRC on your behalf.

Payment Method:

Credit Card (VISA / MasterCard)  

Acct. #  						
Expiration Date 			

" Check enclosed    

Mail your application with your check to:   

1414 K Street Suite 660, Sacramento CA. 95814

Fax or email your application with your credit card information to: 
916-447-5194 / 

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