Here’s a look at upcoming sustainability webinars, conferences, and events for technical assistance professionals. This bulletin is posted every two weeks. Please note times are in Central Standard Time (CST).
How To Set Up a Successful Recycling Program in Multifamily Housing Complexes
Do you manage or own a multifamily housing unit in Lincoln, and are you wondering how you can comply with the new corrugated cardboard diversion ban? (Starting April 1, 2018, the landfill will not accept clean and dry corrugated cardboard.) Come to this discussion to find out how other properties in Lincoln are planning and implementing successful recycling programs, how you can implement your own, and everything you need to know about the new cardboard ban. Panelists include Katie Lyons, Regional Manager, Broadmoor; Jon Carlson, small multifamily complex owner; Ryan Hatten, Paragon Sanitation. A zero-waste lunch including vegetarian and gluten-free options will be provided. To register, contact Kim Morrow at email@example.com
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Tammy Slater, CEO of Goodwill Industries of Greater Nebraska. Inc., will give a presentation about the Recycling, Re-Using and Re-Purposing activities of her organization, serving 55 counties in central and western Nebraska. Dedicated to helping people with disabilities or barriers reach their goals and improve their quality of life, Goodwill Industries of Greater Nebraska recycles many types of products from metals to rags, shoes to textiles. Over 3.8 million pounds were sent to recycling markets in 2016. Learn about their programs, successes, and challenges, including a glass recycling pilot launched in 2017.
Any Nebraska organization, including schools, municipalities and other government entities, nonprofit organizations and recycling companies is eligible. Examples of recycling companies are those that collect, process and/or ship recycling; waste haulers with recycling routes, or starting or expanding recycling services.
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