National Zero Waste Virtual Conference

December 1-3, 2020

The National Zero Waste Virtual Conference is a three-day educational and networking event organized by the National Recycling Coalition. Plan on joining us to hear from local, national and international experts on the latest updates and best practices to get to Zero Waste. Topics are listed below the REMO Training announcement.

REMO Training and Practice Sessions

The Conference and the November 19 webinar Finding Markets for Hard to Recycle Materials, will both take place on the Remo platform. This highly interactive virtual system allows participants to move around the conference to network with exhibitors and other attendees.

We recommend you take some time in advance of these events to experience how the Remo platform works. To this end we are offering six short identical sessions will familiarize you with how Remo works and teach you to move around the virtual conference room and floors, join tables, connect with other attendees, etc.

Simply click this link to join on one of dates below. There is no limit to the number of people who can attend; RSVPs are not needed:

    • Monday, 11/30:     10am PST / 1pm EST FINAL TRAINING SESSION
  • TROUBLE SHOOTING SESSIONS: (Does not replace a training!)
    • Tuesday, 12/1:     8am PST / 11am EST, Before Conference
    • Wednesday, 12/2:     8am PST / 10:30am EST, Before Conference
    • Thursday, 12/3:     8am PST / 11am EST, Before Conference

Conference Topics Include:

  • Circular Economy & Zero Waste
  • Zero Waste & Climate Change
  • Plastics in the Oceans
  • World Cleanup Day
  • Zero Waste Hierarchy of Highest and Best Uses
  • Zero Waste Culture Change
  • Zero Waste Lifestyles
  • Reduce, Rethink, Redesign
  • Product Policies
  • Zero Waste Certification
  • Zero Waste Plans
  • Zero Waste for Industry, Business and Institutions
  • Right Sizing
  • Best Practices in Contracting
  • Recycling Market Development and Infrastructure
  • How to Recycle Right
  • Recycling Jobs
  • Social Equity & Workers Dignity
  • Dual vs. Single Stream
  • Save as you Throw
  • Organics and Zero Waste
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