I support the work of NRRA because the future of recycling and sustainability is with our young people, and through NRRA’s School Club programs, not only are our young people encouraged to think about their sustainable future, they are encouraged to participate in directing their future.
Mark Richardson, Retired Transfer Station Coordinator, Town of Hampton, NH & Member of NRRA Board of Trustees
M.O.M. meetings are one of many ways that NRRA provides support and guidance to help solid waste operators move material… The NRRA staff is incredibly knowledgeable and truly cares about you and the town you represent. The meetings are held at different facilities on the second Wednesday of each month.
Joan Cudworth, Solid Waste Supervisor, Town of Hollis, NH & Member of NRRA Board of Trustees
The Town of Meredith has been a member of NRRA for over 30 years… The best benefit is NRRA always finds a supplier to buy the material generated from our operation. It [NRRA] has done so with ease and is a “One-Stop-Shop” for Meredith… Start using NRRA to handle all of your community’s material.
Mike Faller, Director of Public Works, Town of Meredith, NH & Member of NRRA Board of Trustees
One of the biggest helpers we have in all this is NRRA.
Ed Walsh, Transfer Station Manager, Rollinsford, NH
NRRA is a prime partner with the City of Keene and shares much of the responsibility for the success of our program over the past 25 years. The services of NRRA have saved the City hundreds of thousands of dollars over the years, and the reliability and integrity of NRRA simply cannot be matched.”
Duncan Watson, Assistant Director of Public Works, City of Keene, NH & President of NRRA Board of Trustees