Like many I have seen the recent reports on the materials that have not been recycled by some major industry participants and I am pleased to report that this is not the case within our operations and am confident that the majority if not all of our members are not in this space.
The NSW/Sydney development plan is now in its final stages and we are looking at what we want CRNA to look like in the future. A very positive part of this is the organisations focus on reuse and repair which I know will be embraced by all our members.
As our sector continues to evolve I see a role for our community based members at a number of levels, from the individual one site operations all the way to the sophisticated high volume operations that have been developed. Along the way many have benefitted from having access to CRNA and I look forward to this continuing.
The Annual AGM for CRNA will be held in November and it will be aligned with the Sydney launch of the NSW network and the forum. I would encourage all eligible member representatives to attend. Remember this is where we will be electing our office bearers and Directors for the coming year. So please get involved and help shape the future of community Reuse, Repair and Recycling.
Container deposit scheme in NSW and Queensland appear to be on track. It will be interesting to see how this unfolds and what participation there will be from our sector.
Please remember the CRNA forum is just around the corner in November.This year the CRNA forum will be held in Sydney so watch the bulletin space for updates.
Membership renewal is now due so please be prompt with your renewals. If you like what we do at CRNA, please recommend us and encourage others to join.