Author: Northern California Recycling Association, 2005. Gary Liss, Instructor NCRA offers this course to help train people who would like a quick overview of recycling by presenting an inexpensive three-day course at a convenient location. Click here to view the
Author: Institute for Local Self-Reliance This executive summary explains what composting is and why it is important; summarizing model programs, technologies, and systems; and providing a national and state-by-state snapshot of activities, infrastructure needed, and policy opportunities. It concludes with
Author: Grassroots Recycling Network Companies from A-Z highlighted in this document provided tremendous leadership in approaching Zero Waste. These companies have reported that they have diverted over 90% of its wastes from landfill and incineration. Click here to view the
Author: Producer Responsibility Meeting This primer provides definitions pertaining to products and producer responsibility. In this primer, the Product Stewardship Institute offers information on the following products: Carpet, Electronics, Fluorescent Lighting, Gas Cylinders, Medical sharps, Mercury products, Paint, Pesticides, Pharmaceuticals, Phone books, Radioactive devices, Thermostats, and Tires. Click here to view the document:
Author: Bette Fishbein Addresses materials use and its environmental impacts worldwide; EPR policies and programs in the United States; e-commerce and its potential environmental impacts and implications for EPR; and the corporation’s role in implementing EPR and related policies. Prepared
Author: Jack Macy 2015 webinar designed to help you understand the role of Compostable Plastics and provide you with some resources to assist planning or expanding your diversion program. Click here to view the document: Using Compostable Plastics to Enhance
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