Webinar on Implementing Zero Waste on Campuses and in Businesses, 9/24/20

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Implementing Zero Waste on Campuses and in Businesses

Webinar September 24, 9 -11 am PDT / 12 -2 pm EDT

Adopting a formal Zero Waste goal and action plan is a watershed moment for a large organization’s waste reduction program. They mark the point where a university, corporate or other type of large institution sets a course moving beyond a simple waste management program toward a sustainable materials management system rooted in the circular economy. Of course goals and a plan are just the starting point. The next challenge is to implement them.

This webinar will feature a panel of speakers from universities and corporations at different stages of implementing Zero Waste plans. The program will start with an introduction to each institution’s Zero Waste planning to date, followed by a roundtable discussion on the various challenges and opportunities each has faced along the way. 


  • Alec Cooley, Busch Systems and NRC Board (Moderator)
  • Mary Curtiss, HP
  • Danner Doud-Martin, Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley
  • Julie Muir, Stanford University
  • Kaity Robbins, Boston University
  • Sue Beets-Atkinson, SBM

Visit zwconference.org/webinars for more info on the content of this and other National Zero Waste Conference webinars. Register for webinars for $25 each or $100 for all webinars in the National Zero Waste Conference series (does not include Conference registration). Webinars are complimentary for those registered for the full NRC National Zero Waste Conference.

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Register for this 9/24/20 Webinar

(You should really register for the full NZWC and take advantage of this awesome virtual conference, plus 7 complimentary webinars. Members and affiliates get a great discount. View our registration fees here!)

Kaity Robbins TRUE Advisor
Zero Waste Manager
Boston University Sustainability
120 Ashford Street  T 617-353-1308
Boston, MA 02215  M 339-364-1646
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