Webinars

CRI hosts webinars throughout the year on topics of interest and importance to the recycling community.

Upcoming Webinars

Updates to Beverage Container Deposit Laws

Date: Thursday, December 7, 2023
Time: 11:00AM – 12:30PM Pacific
(8:00 – 9:30AM Hawaii, 12:00 – 1:30PM Mountain, 1:00 – 2:30PM Central, 2:00 – 3:30PM Eastern)

CRI Associate members (and above) and Business Partners receive complimentary registration for all CRI webinars. Log-in here to sign up.

CRI Basic members and non-members may register for this webinar for $59. Click here to register.

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Join our information-packed webinar on Updates to Beverage Container Deposit Laws to gain the latest insights into:

•  Bottle bill legislative activity in California, Hawaii, Maine, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, and Iowa; and
•  National bottle bill activity, including the recently introduced Break Free from Plastic Act, along with CRI’s testimony in Washington DC

Plus get your questions answered by bottle bill experts!

CRI President Susan V. Collins will be moderating and speaking on this webinar, along with other bottle bill experts from various states, including:

•    Sarah Nichols, Sustainable Maine Director, National Resource Council of Maine (NCRM)
•    Wendy Pratt, Managing Director, Crowe LLP; and Tommy Abeyta, Consulting Manager, Crowe LLP
•    And more!

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Join our June 14, 2017, special webcast for the most up-to-date research about Massachusetts’  “Bottle Bill,” with an in-depth look at the findings of two recent CRI studies on:

    The positive economic impact of the current container deposit system on employment in Massachusetts; and
    The “winners and losers” of proposed legislation to repeal the Commonwealth’s Beverage Container Deposit Law.


We’ll provide answers to the most frequently asked questions, such as:

    How many containers were recovered in 2015 in Massachusetts?
    How can recycling rates be improved, and how can more containers be recycled and reused instead of ending up in landfills?
    How does the Bottle Bill directly and indirectly support jobs and contribute to the Commonwealth’s GDP?
    What are the cash flows related to the Bottle Bill, and what are the cost savings for cities and towns?
    What are the commodity values of the recycled materials market?
    What are we learning about the Massachusetts Bottle Bill that applies to other states?


Susan V. Collins, President of CRI, will moderate a panel of experts:

Cynthia Manson - Industrial Economics, Inc. of Cambridge, MA
Rachel Mak - Industrial Economics, Inc. of Cambridge, MA
Jenny Gitlitz - Consultant, Container Recycling Institute

 

 

 

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