|Chretien keynotes 71st CARI Convention|
|News - Recycling|
|Wednesday, 27 June 2012 13:59|
By Mike Davey
Ottawa, Ontario -- June 27, 2012 -- There's definitely an appeal in returning to your roots. Members of the Canadian Association of Recycling Industries would likely agree. The membership of CARI recently spent a few days in Ottawa for the organizations 71st Annual Convention. Ottawa was where CARI was born, when the various member industries were asked to come together and assist in the war effort.
Perhaps this early relationship with the Government of Canada helps to explain CARI's choice of a keynote speaker for this year's convention: Jean Chretien, who served Canada in public life for over 40 years and sat as Prime Minister in three majority governments.
The sessions examined issues such as transport and the state of the copper, aluminum and ferrous recycling industries, including the current status and challenges of each sector.
For more information on CARI, please visit cari-acir.org.
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 June 2012 14:00|