Liquid Recycling Magazine
The opinions expressed in Liquid Recycling Magazine are those of the author of the articles and not necessarily the publisher. While every attempt has been made to assure that the information in the magazine is accurate, the publisher assumes no responsibility for any omissions or errors, nor for the application of any advice or suggestions in any particular situation. Due to space limitations, all items published are subject to abridgement. Unsolicited items will not be returned.
The opinions expressed by speakers at NORA events are those of the speaker and not necessarily the association.
Press Release Distribution
As part of its mission to provide knowledge to its members, NORA distributes industry information to its members; including press releases from members. At the discretion of the association, press releases that are provided by members may be distributed via the NORA website, email, social media and/or print publications. NORA reserves the right to truncate material submitted because of space limitations. NORA also reserves the right to not distribute information that is deemed inappropriate or that violates/may violate any of the association's anti-trust policies. NORA will contact members for approval prior to distributing information about a member that was not supplied directly by the member.
NORA Anti-Trust Compliance
By their very nature, trade associations are comprised of companies that compete with each other. NORA is no exception. When
members of a trade association get together there is undoubtedly a temptation to consider ways to work together and improve
business by avoiding competition. This would be ILLEGAL -- a violation of this Nation’s strict antitrust laws. NORA is 100 percent
dedicated to compliance with antitrust laws. CONSEQUENTLY, at no meeting of NORA members should there be any discussion
of companies’ prices for services or products, sharing markets or employees, sales territories, or any form of cooperation which
could restrict competition. This rule should be scrupulously adhered to. NORA has zero tolerance for any activity which could lead
to antitrust violations. While joint ventures are not per se illegal, NORA requests that NORA members (1) seek independent legal
advice concerning discussions of joint ventures; (2) avoid NORA conferences and meetings as a forum for any such discussions.
All competitive business decisions are exclusively the province of individual companies acting independently. Any questions concerning this reminder should be directed to NORA’s General Counsel, Christopher Harris. He can be reached at