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Northeast Resource Recovery Association

2101 Dover Rd

Epsom, New Hampshire 03234

United States

Company Description

Experience Strength in Members! Since 1981, the Northeast Resource Recovery Association (NRRA) a FIRST-IN-THE-NATION , member driven, non-profit recycling cooperative*, has been a source of educational, technical and marketing assistance in the areas of w ... more

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"I was so happy to hear ...

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"I was so happy to hear the outcome of this story," said Michael Durfor, NRRA Executive Director.


Mike Durfor, ...

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Mike Durfor, NRRA

Michael Durfor is the Executive Director of the Northeast Resource Recovery Association (NRRA). Since 2008, he has improved member services and technical support programs, landed Federal Grants and EPA Region 1 Merit Awards for the NRRA School Recycling Club programs, and introduced MSW and C&D contract negotiation and bids to NRRA services. Despite market turmoil, Mike has maintained movement of material at increasing volumes and competitive pricing for NRRA members.


NRRA Executive Director Mike ...

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NRRA Executive Director Mike Durfor said in his presentation speech, "Perhaps this award should be called "Rookie Recycling Manager of the Year."

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Durfor said Patnoe, who lives and breathes recycling, is always willing to help with recycling-related questions.
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"He works with the Littleton School and other Littleton businesses to help them with their recycling needs," said Durfor.
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NRRA Executive Director Mike Durfor said in his presentation speech, "Perhaps this award should be called "Rookie Recycling Manager of the Year.
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Durfor said Patnoe, who lives and breathes recycling, is always willing to help with recycling-related questions.
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"He works with the Littleton School and other Littleton businesses to help them with their recycling needs," said Durfor.


According to Michael Durfor, ...

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According to Michael Durfor, the leader of a nonprofit that coordinates waste haulers for 400 New England municipalities, the broader recycling challenges are not unique to Thetford - or even to New England - and in his opinion, the root cause stretches to the other side of the world.

"The markets themselves are in a very volatile state, so everybody's having to re-examine what makes sense, what's cost effective and what's sustainable," said Durfor, executive director of the Northeast Regional Recovery Association, whose municipal clients include Thetford and many other Upper Valley towns. "It's tied to the global marketplace."
Durfor said that while China is a "big buyer of recyclables," the market there for recyclables is constricting more rapidly than many in the industry had expected.
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But while Durfor said discussions continue between NRRA and all of its haulers, the concern among some towns is that long round trips are becoming less and less attractive for haulers.
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Durfor said the plan may be more plausible than Wolfe had suggested.
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Durfor said that while it won't be in the near future or at previous levels, he expects the markets will normalize, and he hopes towns and taxpayers don't give up on recycling before then.
"The biggest thing is just patience," he said, "and not to give up on a recycling program that's been successful over the years when they stub their toe."


According to Michael Durfor, ...

www.vnews.com [cached]

According to Michael Durfor, the leader of a nonprofit that coordinates waste haulers for 400 New England municipalities, the broader recycling challenges are not unique to Thetford - or even to New England - and in his opinion, the root cause stretches to the other side of the world.

"The markets themselves are in a very volatile state, so everybody's having to re-examine what makes sense, what's cost effective and what's sustainable," said Durfor, executive director of the Northeast Regional Recovery Association, whose municipal clients include Thetford and many other Upper Valley towns. "It's tied to the global marketplace."
Durfor said that while China is a "big buyer of recyclables," the market there for recyclables is constricting more rapidly than many in the industry had expected.
...
But while Durfor said discussions continue between NRRA and all of its haulers, the concern among some towns is that long round trips are becoming less and less attractive for haulers.
...
Durfor said the plan may be more plausible than Wolfe had suggested.
...
Durfor said that while it won't be in the near future or at previous levels, he expects the markets will normalize, and he hopes towns and taxpayers don't give up on recycling before then.
"The biggest thing is just patience," he said, "and not to give up on a recycling program that's been successful over the years when they stub their toe."

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