The NRRA School Recycling Club
Northeast Resource Recovery Association

2017 Conference


 Save The Date!




That’s right!  It’s time to mark your calendars for the School Recycling Conference on May 23, 2017!

We hope you can join us for workshops, exhibits, activities and awards.  Breakfast and lunch are included in the registration fee.

For those of you responsible for budgeting, we have kept our pricing the same as last year:

  • Member= $ 50 Student/ $ 75 Teacher
  • Non Member=$ 60 Student, $ 90 teacher

(We’ll be posting the registration page soon.)


NHtB Logo GreenNH schools are eligible to apply for Conference Registration Grants through New Hampshire the Beautiful. Grants are awarded for 1/2 off the Registration Fee for your group.

Click HERE for a grant application.





We Have a Keynote Speaker!

Alexandra Campbell has accepted our invitation to speak at the School CLUB Awards Luncheon on May 23.  Here’s Allie’s story in her own words:

Alexandra Campbell

Alexandra Campbell

“Growing up in Montessori schools, I spent a lot of time outside—at recess, during lessons, on school trips, and after school. This instilled in me a passion for the outdoors which grew into the desire to protect and give back.

I am currently a senior at Hollis Brookline High School. Last fall, I collaborated with school staff to create the “Green Group” (a student environmental club) and helped to initiate a school wide recycling program. Up until last year, HBHS was not recycling at all, so this was a very exciting step for our community.


As an elective course this year, I am working on an independent study I am calling “Society and the Environment”. I am currently collaborating with the Northeast Resource Recovery Association and a local director of waste management to create a plastic film recycling program for my town, Hollis, New Hampshire. My hope is to raise awareness regarding the issue of plastic film waste, make recycling plastic film practical for Hollis residents, and to ultimately establish a permanent program that will divert significant quantities of plastic film waste from landfills. In addition, I started a blog ( with the aim of inspiring and empowering others to make more sustainable choices in their everyday lives, as well as record and publicize the progress of the plastic film recycling program.”

We hope you can join us at the Conference to hear Allie’s inspirational story!





If you have never attended a Conference, here are some pictures from last years Conference for you:


Dirt on Dirt WorkshopCLUB DisplayKermit & FriendsActivitiesAwardsIsolation Chamber




For more pictures, to go our 2016 Conference Page.





blue_ribbonNow Accepting Award Nominations!


Do you know a deserving student, teacher or staff person that goes above and beyond in recycling?  Why not nominate them for a School CLUB Award and see them honored at the Conference Luncheon?  We will be posting the Nomination Form here shortly!  Until then, feel free to send a write up to us at The CLUB !









Call for Speakers



That’s right!  It’s time to start setting up our School Recycling CLUB megaphoneworkshops for May 23.

Do you have a successful recycling program in your school?  We would love to hear your ideas and read your proposals.

We encourage students and clubs to present their programs to other students, teachers and administrators. Tell us how you got started – the ups and the downs!

Click HERE for submission details.  Please submit your ideas or outline ASAP or by January 20, 2017.  Feel free to contact The CLUB with any questions or if you need more time.





We hope you can join us at this year’s Conference to learn more about recycling and how you can help the environment!