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CMRA meets with California regulators, legislative representatives.

* Members and staff of the Construction Materials Recycling Association (CMRA) recently met with members of the California Integrated Waste Management Board (CIWMB) to discuss C&D issues in the state.

Specifically, the CMRA was seeking support for better access to all markets for recycled aggregates, and to make sure the agency was aware of the effect the state's recently passed Greenhouse Gas Bill (AB 32) could have on the wood fuel market which mixed C&D recyclers rely on.

The CMRA members also met with legislative representatives to discuss the make up of the incoming class of state legislators, as 42 seats had turned over in both houses, an unusually high number. There was also discussion on what legislative actions the C&D recycling industry could expect in the upcoming session.

More information is available by contacting the CMRA at (630) 585-7530 or visiting the association online at
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Title Annotation:CMRA NEWS
Publication:Construction & Demolition Recycling
Date:Jan 1, 2007
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