The California Waste Association (CWA), established in 1984, is a non-profit statewide association of companies which generate, transport, treat, store and dispose of wastes (including recyclable materials and hazardous waste), as well as related service firms including engineers and consultants. The Association has more than 100 governmental agencies as affiliate members including the California Environmental Protection Agency, the Department of Toxic Substances Control, the Regional Water Quality Control Boards and many local health care agencies. In November 2012 the CWA started doing business as the California Resource Management Association (CaRMA). This emphasizes our goal to help those at the forefront of developing and using new products with constituents that are safer and more economical to recycle.
We thank the following sustaining members for their continued support. You may access their websites by clicking the small company logos below.