[orao] Re: Webinar Series

  • From: "Robert Boehk" <rboehk@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <orao@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 12 Feb 2010 08:33:12 -0500

Walmart will want this on your resume too.


Robert P. Boehk

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Erie Group of Companies

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Sandusky, OH  44870

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From: orao-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:orao-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On
Behalf Of Linda Robertson
Sent: Thursday, February 11, 2010 9:01 PM
To: orao@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [orao] Webinar Series





Reduction Food Waste Reduction & Management


Food waste is the third largest stream of waste in the U.S. after paper
and yard waste. The social, economic, and environmental impacts of food
waste are enormous, including increased generation of greenhouse gas,
negative impacts on sanitation and health, and the loss of potential
improvements in soil health and food production.

To help address these impacts, EPA Region 2 is partnering with the New
York State Department of Environmental Conservation and the Solid Waste
Resource Renewal Group at Rutgers University to offer a series of
webinars designed to provide education on the best avenues and methods
of food waste management. Generators of food waste, government
representatives, and public stakeholders are encouraged to participate.

February 23: Overview of Food Waste, Climate Change Connection, and
Waste Audits

March 10: Separation and Collection of Food Waste

March 17: Waste Reduction through Reuse

March 31: Composting and End-of-Life Management

April 7: Putting the Pieces Together and EPA Tools


For registration and information please visit: www.trainex.org/FoodWaste




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