• gR³een Awards. Event planning includes recruiting an educational keynote speaker, venue, menu, promotion and press opportunities;
• Networking Mixers. Happy hours at various locations, may include speaker, giveaways, and partnerships with other organizations or business;
• Educational Events (may vary). Great Eco Bus Tour, Recyclers Forum (Degrees of Recycling), Environmental Leaders Luncheon; and,
• Fundraising Golf Tournament. Promotion, Planning, Donations.
Membership Development: Identify and recruit member companies and organizations, and develop membership retention/recognition/benefits programs.
Communications and Public Relations: Develop, update, and maintain various information pieces and outlets such as membership brochure, website, booth display board, and any other promotional materials.
Outreach & Education Committee: Develop educational ideas and programs outside the website, including tours, partnerships and any other promotional ideas.
Awards and Recognition: Coordinates gR³een Award process; Establishes criteria, facilitates application process and judging; tabulates award winners. Also coordinates board-level awards and identifies and develops various ways to evaluate and reward recycling programs.
Industry and Legislative Affairs: Monitor local market conditions and resources, communicate with industry members and associations; monitor proposed and pending Texas legislation and regulations concerning solid waste management and inform membership.
Speakers Bureau: Develop and present training materials at various venues including workshops, seminars and conferences on behalf of NTCRA. Assist in identifying training/seminar events.
Finance Committee: Assist the Treasurer with bank transactions, financial reports and documents as well as making any necessary budget reports to the Board and any other committees.