California Resource Recovery Association

The California Resource Recovery Association (CRRA, founded 1974) is California’s statewide recycling association. It is the oldest and one of the largest non-profit recycling organizations in the United States. A 501(C)3 organization, CRRA is dedicated to achieving environmental sustainability in and beyond California through Zero Waste strategies including product stewardship, waste prevention, reuse, recycling and … Read more

Northern California Recycling Association

The Northern California Recycling Association (NCRA) is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization founded in 1978 to promote environmentally sound discards management. Our 300 plus members are individuals engaged in state and local Zero Waste initiatives. We provide communities, industry leaders, employees, students, job-seekers and activists the opportunity to collaborate in evolving Zero Waste education and advocacy. … Read more

Zero Waste USA

A major hub of the broad and diverse Zero Waste movement, Zero Waste USA’s mission is to facilitate the transition to a just world without waste, promote the Zero Waste brand – No Burn, No Bury, No Toxics, and insure it is not diluted by short term interests. We collaborate with a wide variety of … Read more

Zero Waste Campus Council

The Zero Waste Campus Council, a technical council of the California Resource Recovery Association (CRRA), is dedicated to advocating, creating, and supporting campuses that are moving toward Zero Waste. Our network of members are available to provide feedback on projects or ideas that reduce waste, promote circular economy, and/or implement other Zero Waste practices in … Read more

USGBC – TRUE Zero Waste

TRUE is the leading global zero waste certification program administered by www.GBCI.org which is the partner organization of www.usgbc.org. TRUE drive the circular closed loop zero waste economy for all. TRUE is a whole systems approach aimed at changing how materials flow through society, resulting in no waste. TRUE encourages the redesign of resource life … Read more