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WEBINAR RECORDING: Benchmark and certify your zero waste performance with Jim Mellentine, Corporate Sustainability Manager at Sustainable Solutions Corporation.
Recorded live on Thursday December 11, 2014 at 11:00 am PDT / 2:00 pm EDT.
In today’s market, businesses are under pressure to reduce waste and divert waste from landfills. This webinar will provide you with vital information on how to reduce waste from your facility and avoid sending waste to landfill by implementing a comprehensive waste reduction program. Your continually improved performance can be benchmarked and certified so you can credibly and effectively communicate your achievements to customers and other stakeholders.
Register and learn how to:
- Understand materials management and why it is the fundamental part of waste management.
- Recognize the importance for facilities to understand materials going to waste.
- Identify how facilities can actively work to reduce waste and find the least impactful methods to manage materials.
- Begin continuous measurement and certification to strengthen your message and enable credible communication of success.
Who should attend?
- Sustainability & Corporate Responsibility Professionals
- Facility Management
- Waste Managers
- Executives, EHS
- Project/Environmental Engineers
Jim Mellentine, PMP, LCACP, LEED Green Associate
Jim Mellentine is the Corporate Sustainability Manager at Sustainable Solutions Corporation. He has worked with dozens of manufacturers and industry associations to design and implement their sustainability programs. Jim also teaches a Sustainable Materials course in Philadelphia University’s Masters of Sustainable Design program in the College of Architecture. Jim is intimate with diverse manufacturing operations and has analyzed material and waste flows for dozens of product categories.
Jim has a B.S. in Engineering from the University of Michigan, and a M.S. in Energy Systems and Policy from the University of Iceland.
|Webinar Recording||$ 25.00|