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TRUE zero waste and Circular Economy Training Series: How to Apply Circularity to Your Business
August 7, 2020 @ 9:30 am - 11:00 am
TRUE Zero Waste and Circular Economy Training Series:
HOW TO APPLY CIRCULARITY TO YOUR BUSINESS AND REDUCE OPERATING COSTS
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REDUCE, REUSE, AND COMPOSTING HOW TO APPLY CIRCULARITY TO YOUR BUSINESS AND REDUCE OPERATIONAL COSTS
Without urgent action, global waste will increase by 70 percent on current levels by 2050, according to the World Bank’s new report. The make-take-waste way of doing things is coming to an end and if we do it right, we’ll create massive new economical and social opportunities!
We’re honored and excited to have you join us for TRUE Zero Waste and Circular Economy educational series.
In this course, we’ll take the first steps. It’s not often that you get to rethink the entire economic system. Whether you’re here to gain insights into what a zero waste and circular economy is all about, identify skills to make the transition to a Circular Economy happen, or connect with a community of learners.
In this series of courses you explore how businesses can create value by striving for zero waste, seeing products and materials as cycles, the role of creative solutions, and how you can contribute to make the transition to a Circular Economy.
You will learn to re-think the economic system you experience every day; act on it and become a leader in this major paradigm shift. You will shape a more circular future, together with our network.
Join us and explore the TRUE zero waste and circular economy principles.
Students that complete all the 3 modules will receive a certificate at the end. GBCI to approve CE hours for these training sessions.
Denise Braun, CEO All About Waste
Denise has over seventeen years of experience in the sustainability field, starting in Brazil and then moving to the United States. She is the founder and principal of All About Waste – a woman and minority-owned sustainability and zero waste consulting firm based in Los Angeles, CA.
Denise and her team provide a diverse range of services including solid waste data collection and analysis, circular strategic frameworks, green building certifications, zero waste programs and certification, training/educational workshops, and community outreach. She has worked in various capacities on over 150 LEED-certified projects, many of which have achieved the highest level of certification with no clarifications. Denise is currently working on several zero-waste and wellness projects.
She worked on the first TRUE-certified zero waste high-rise commercial building in the world. Denise has been responsible for over 30 million square feet of waste audits and has developed and analyzed technical waste management solutions for a large variety of building types. Denise has presented at numerous lectures, workshops, and conferences, including the annual Municipal Green Building Conference and Expo, Net Zero Conference, the Living Building Collaborative Zero Waste Forum and the GreenBuild Conference & Expo. She currently has several accreditation and expertise such as: LEED AP, WELL AP, ENV SP, TRUE Advisor, Fitwel Ambassador and sustainable supply chain. She also is sitting as a Board of Director at USGBC-LA.
Ryan McMullan, CEO Lean Green Way
Over his career Ryan McMullan has led several Sustainability programs including in Toyota’s Corporate Responsibility department and Rice University’s Facilities & Engineering department. These have included strategically developing and deploying environmental targets across a wide variety of functional groups, reporting on environmental progress, greenhouse gas inventories, and developing programs for zero waste, zero carbon, and zero water.
He now consults with companies like Lockheed-Martin, Walmart and Mattress Recycling Council (MRC) to help them establish leading sustainability strategies. He is an advisor to TRUE Zero Waste Certification at GBCI and the Environmental Leader Conference. He earned his Masters from the Bren School of Environmental Science and Management at UC Santa Barbara and his Bachelor’s from Rice University. At home he keeps busy improving the sustainability of his home in Long Beach, California, teaching his 10-year-old son to conserve resources and design games, and writing on his experiences.