The California Resource Recovery Association (CRRA) 39th Annual Conference takes on Hollywood to shine a spotlight on zero waste, this August 4-7, 2015 in Los Angeles!  Each year, CRRA organizes one of the most comprehensive and informative conferences dedicated to resource management issues in California and beyond.  Come be a part of the action!  Cast the right players to help share your story and experiences to move us into the future we want.

Learn more about the CRRA Annual Conference here.


CRRA has been on the forefront of advocacy and supporting legislation that promote increased diversion and a sustainable future for California.
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Thanks to everyone for making our 2014 Annual Conference and Tradeshow held in San Jose, California August 3-6, 2014 such a success! Folks from throughout the state and beyond joined us in celebrating CRRA’s 40th Anniversary year as we partnered with the SWANA Gold Rush Chapter for this year’s event. We truly were “at the Epicenter of Innovation!”

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2015 Conference

August. 4-7, 2015
Millennium Biltmore Hotel
Los Angeles, California

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What's New

2015 Legislation Support - See current letter of support AB1159.  Learn more >


Are you interested in promoting environmental sustainability in and beyond California?  Click on a link to learn how you can join and support:

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CRRA Member, click here.


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 composting. CRRA’s members represent all aspects of California’s reduce-reuse-recycle-compost economy. Our members work for cities, counties, municipal districts, and businesses as well as hauling companies, material processors, non-profit organizations, state agencies, and allied professionals.