Put your program into action! Join Antonia Graham to learn how to conduct a Zero Waste analysis, develop your Zero Waste community plan, write your Zero Waste ordinance, and engage your community and officials.
In this final session of our 3-session Zero Waste Master Class Series, we’ll explore Zero Waste program development and implementation in your community. Graham will open the discussion with a review of the available Zero Waste analysis options, as well as how to conduct a Zero Waste analysis in your community. Building upon this analysis, we’ll discuss the elements and best practices in developing a Zero Waste community plan, and outline the steps to develop a plan in your community. Additionally, we’ll explore Zero Waste ordinances, and discuss how to write your Zero Waste ordinance to successfully attain your specified goals. Finally, we’ll discuss how to best engage your community and gain political buy-in through effective education and outreach techniques.
Throughout this discussion, Graham will present several real-world case studies of successful Zero Waste programs throughout the United States, and how to put these ideas and tactics into use in your community.
Attendees can expect the discussion and education of the following learning objectives.
- Learn how to analyze waste streams and determine what programs would work to achieve Zero Waste
- Learn how to write and implement a Zero Waste plan
- Learn how to write a Zero Waste ordinance.
- Learn to identify the root causes and explore solutions to waste in your life and community
Zero Waste Master Class Series
This presentation is the third module in our 3-session Zero Waste Master Class Series. Currently, we are offering the full Master Class Series at a discounted rate. If you are interested in purchasing the full Master Class Series, you can find information and the registration link here.
* Presentations are scheduled for approximately one hour with a 15-20 minute question and answer session to follow. Presentation may exceed scheduled time.
* Each state and certification agency has different requirements; it is your responsibility to know what they are. Note that 1 PDH = 0.1 CEU.