CDRA Recognizes Members at Las Vegas Meeting

The Construction & Demolition Recycling Association (CDRA) recognized excellence in the C&D industry with the announcement of its 2023 awards recipients.

  • Revolution Recovery in Philadelphia was named C&D Recycler of the Year.
  • Troy Lautenbach from Lautenbach Industries in Mount Vernon, Wash., was named CDRA Member of the Year.

The award winners were honored during CDRA’s Annual Membership Meeting, which took place March 15 in Las Vegas at the Paris Hotel.

“All of the 2023 CDRA winners have helped move the C&D industry forward,” said Jason Haus, CEO of Dem-Con Companies and CDRA president. “Thanks to their efforts the C&D industry is better off.”

C&D Recycler of the Year

Revolution Recovery is being recognized for its successful and innovative C&D operation in the Philadelphia, Delaware and Lehigh Valley areas. 

Led by the desire to find suitable, sustainable and beneficial end markets, Revolution Recovery is a perfect example of how the recycling of C&D Materials can be done profitably. With three separate locations to serve their customers, they have found the perfect balance of service and operational success.

“The team at Revolution Recovery has become the epitome of recycling success, through creativity and innovation. They have mastered the art of servicing their large customer base while also being organized enough to follow their passion for responsible recycling,” noted CDRA Executive Director Becky Caldwell. 

CDRA Member of the Year

Troy Lautenbach of Lautenbach Industries in the Seattle area, has stepped forward to lead the CDRA Convention Committee and the events have improved every year under his leadership. He is a true leader who has held nearly every position within the CDRA, the association stated.

From his commitment to chairing committees, to his dedication as association president from 2017-2019, the level and quantity of work and his determination to make the association better have been evident throughout his tenure. He continues to give back to an industry and association that are better off due to his involvement, the association stated.

“His consistent efforts exemplify what CDRA membership is all about,” noted Haus. 

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