IS04 - From Local to Global – Creating a Zero Waste Infrastructure

Tuesday, November 13 from 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM | 180 « Back

Abstract Text:

A leadership position in global markets and trends is critical to companies and organizations of any size when determining the best practices for their zero waste actions. As the zero waste movement grows, local, regional and international policies are helping to expand the field. It is critical for companies to understand these policies in order to develop products and operations that are designed not only to meet, but to drive, policy creation. Join us to hear from practioners and owners who understand the importance of local infrastructure in designing and implementing successful zero waste policies.

Learning Objectives:

Understand zero waste hierarchy and importance of source separation

Identify key components of a zero waste infrastructure

Describe drivers for zero waste policy locally and globally

Understand the landscape of successful commodity markets and closed loop systems

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Event Type: International Summit > Session