We finished the discussion started at the 2014 Summit. You will get the chance to hear EPA Assistant Administrator Mathy Stanislaus respond to unanswered questions following his address to the Summit attendees and continue the discussion of EPA's sustainable material management goals.
For the webinar slides click HERE.
To listen to the whole webinar click HERE. *Fast forward about 60 seconds until the broadcast begins.
SERDC offered three webinars this fall. We had regional leaders join to discuss Hub & Spoke in the Southeast, Curbside Cart Conversion, and Converting Convenience Centers to Single Stream.
Hub & Spoke in the Southeast: Learn what it takes to build an efficient, cost-effective Hub & Spoke
Learn how to feed and sustain a successful Hub & Spoke operation and hear the discussion on the challenges that others have faced in doing so. Our speakers offer a state, county, and industry perspective. Click Hub & Spoke to view the presentations.
Goodwill Industries - Knoxville, Inc.: Jack Horner
North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources: Rob Taylor
Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality: Robert Hunter
Curbside Cart Conversion: We discussed the need for converting to carts and why carts make sense. Speakers shared their experience with the transition, key steps in the process, and potential stopping blocks.
ReCommunity: Bill Leonidas
City of Kernersville, North Carolina: Mike Horney
City of Cayce, South Carolina: Tara Yates
Virginia Department of Environmental Quality: Steve Coe
Single Stream at Convenience Centers: This webinar highlighted who has successfully converted to single stream at convenience centers and which areas in the southeast are ripe to follow suit. We discussed further the trouble with rural conversions, local government push-back, the different types of compactors, selling it to the MRF, and more.
North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources: Scott Mouw
Rutherford County, North Carolina: Steve Nanny