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Zero Waste to Landfill: A Practical Approach to Recycling
Tuesday June 16, 2015
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Cost: FREE for Members, $49 for Non-Members
Landfill diversion has become a top priority for US and international corporations, and a significant area of opportunity for corporate EHS and sustainability leaders. Public awareness, technological advances, marketplace shifts, and recent regulations are all driving the increased importance of recycling, and changing waste from a cost to a benefit.
This webinar will demonstrate how to expand recycling, reduce trash, and achieve Zero Waste to Landfill, while increasing profits at the same time. Gain practical insights that will help you:
- Define and measure your goals
- Address resource allocation
- Evaluate your waste stream
- Ensure quality control
- Noah Goodman, President, Northstar Recycling Co. Inc.
Noah Goodman is President and co-owner of Northstar Recycling, a company founded on his belief that sending reusable resources to a landfill is not only bad for the environment, it is bad for business. Noah is a 5th generation recycler, growing up in the recycling industry and developing his expertise at his family's recycling company. He now helps businesses across North America recycle more and landfill less as a national provider of customized recycling solutions.
Green Tie Blog Post
A Practical Approach to Recycling
June 2, 2015 by Noah Goodman
The key to implementing a practical waste diversion program lies in planning ahead and asking the right questions. Because waste itself, like beauty, is defined by its beholders, the way to reduce sending waste to landfills will vary from company to company. Regardless of what makes up your company’s waste stream, here are four specific questions every decision maker should ask when planning a comprehensive waste management program: Read more...