Presentations from the kick-of meeting for CCSMM, held on September 8 (Agenda), are listed below.
Main DEEP Presentation - presenters Katie Dykes, DEEP Commissioner; Laura Francis, First Selectman, Town of Durham
Matt Knickerbocker, First Selectman, Town of Bethel
Outreach and Education - Best Practices: Three Levels - presenter Cyril John ("CJ") May, Waterbury Refuse/Recycling Coordinator
Textiles Recyling in Middletown - presenter Kim O'Rourke, Middletown Recycling Coordinator
Housatonic Resources Recovery (HRRA) Glass Collection Pilot Program - presenter Jennifer Heaton Jones, HRRA Executive Director
Zoom link for recording of September 8th CCSMM Kick-Off Meeting
This initiative is co-chaired by:
- Katie Dykes, DEEP Commissioner
- Laura Francis, First Selectman, Durham
- Matt Knickerbocker, First Selectman, Bethel
Members of the CCSMM have signed the following statement:
CCSMM Sign- on Statement
We recognize that by working together, we have the potential to achieve economies of scale and send a strong signal for private investment and sector transformation. At the same time, we respect the unique needs and policy preferences of each participating jurisdiction, and the importance of flexible approaches. We recognize that each municipality can contribute in different ways, through different measures, to achieve our shared goals.
We welcome all municipal partners that would like to join us in this endeavor.
|Participating Jurisdictions in CCSMM (as of September 3, 2020)|
|CT Department of Energy and Environmental Protection|
|Ansonia||Deep River||Harwinton||New London||Salem|| Washington
|Bethel||East Granby||Killingly|| North Haven
|Bethlehem||East Hartford||Litchfield||North Stonington||Southington||Westbrook|
|Canton||Haddam||New Britain||Rocky Hill||Voluntown|
|Coventry||Hartford||New Fairfield|| Roxbury
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