Organizational Structure and Member Obligations

One key feature of the CRRC is its status as a council, which is to say a roundtable, a gathering place for the free and equal exchange of ideas
and perspectives.

Regardless how much each member pays to support – whether through fees or program funding the Council – all member voices will be heard, and Council activity – whether it be advocacy, policy development, communications, media outreach, public education – will reflect the shared, balanced, and democratic interests of the membership.

Each member is offered an equal opportunity to identify and shape the Council agenda; each is expected to contribute to the development of CRRC strategy.

Members are also expected to support the Council by providing critical expertise in areas related to the safe and sustainable development of resource recovery policies and facilities.

Paid-up members in good standing receive coalition reports and industry updates. At their discretion they may also participate in frequent teleconference meetings, and provide input into business planning.

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