Sen. Miner Speaks at 2020 CT Recycling Conference

January 31, 2020


HARTFORD – State Senator Craig Miner (R-30) participated in a panel discussion at the Connecticut Recyclers Coalition (CRC) 2020 Connecticut Recycling Conference on Thursday, Jan. 30 at The Hartford Club. The panel included other State legislative leaders and discussed the Pay-As-You-Throw waste disposal program, the future of the Bottle Bill, material recovery facilities, and recycling markets in 2020 and beyond. The annual conference is for CRC members, which includes corporate, municipal, institutional, and private entities. The organization’s mission is to assist its members in improving the efficacy of their own programs, educating the community, and advocating policies and programs that make recycling more effective, economical, and robust throughout the State.

“This is an important event that brings key business, governmental, and nonprofit stakeholders together all with the goal of staying on the leading edge of sustainability in Connecticut. It’s our duty to minimize the impact that we have on our land to preserve it for generations to come,” Sen. Miner said.

Sen. Miner has long been a champion of land preservation and conservation. He is the ranking member and former co-chair of the Environment Committee in the legislature.

To contact Sen. Miner visit, email [email protected], or call 800-842-1421. For more information about the Connecticut Recyclers Coalition visit


Photo: Sen. Miner (right) participates in the 2020 Connecticut Recycling Conference panel discussion.