ADVANCING RECYCLING IN TEXAS
Hosted by National Stewardship Action Council
Friday, 3/12/2021 | 8:30 - 10 AM Pacific
Cost: $125; FREE for funders and collaborating NGOs.
$75 for NAHMMA and STAR members.
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Governments across the United States are trying to determine how to manage organics with evolving and complicated rules and pressure to move fast to reduce methane release and preserve organics and topsoil.
Some states, like California, have passed laws requiring organics disposal reduction. Now, businesses and municipalities are racing to keep up with new mandates when permitting and funding the facilities can be very time consuming and costly.
In this webinar, you will hear from local governments that manage organics and are responsible to meet diversion targets, and the collectors and processors of the organics on new technologies that may provide the solutions you need. The panelists will discuss their views of the problems and offer solutions.
Eric Myers, Waste Management
Peter Ettinger, Bioenergy DevCo
Michael Rhee, PreZero
Rowena Romano, Los Angeles Sanitation and Environment
Heidi Sanborn, Founding Director of NSAC
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