Definition of Recycling
Date: Wednesday, July 27, 2016
Time: 12:00PM Pacific (2PM Central, 3PM Eastern)
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This is CRI’s third webcast of the year! In this month’s presentation panelists will delve into the definition of recycling.
The National Recycling Coalition (NRC) updated its Definition of Recycling in September 2014. NRC’s Policy Committee Co-chair, Stephen M. Bantillo, will discuss how that came about, the process NRC followed, and how the updated definition establishes a basis for engagement on a variety of key industry issues within the waste and resource management hierarchy.
In addition, this webcast will introduce attendees to the “Guideline for Accountable Management of End-of-Life Materials” produced by the Canadian Standards Association (CSA). This first-of-its-kind document established a common set of definitions, performance metrics, and reporting requirements related to materials’ end-of-life management.
This webcast will combine the expertise of a few professionals within the recycling field in order to help you understand the practical implications of the updated definitions.
Stephen M. Bantillo - Executive Director, Recycling Certification Institute (RCI)
Peter Hargreave - Director of Policy and Strategy, Ontario Waste Management Association (OWMA)
CRI’s President, Susan Collins, will moderate the panel of speakers.
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