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Webinars

Pharmaceuticals and Sharps - 12/11/19

Pharmaceuticals and sharps are a significant public health and safety risk when improperly disposed of, which is why California passed SB 212 to require the producers of these products to fund and operate a take-back program statewide. Learn from the experts who passed this legislation on how any state or county can achieve EPR for meds and sharps. Speakers include:

  1. Debra Shore, Metropolitan Water Reclamation District

  2. Heidi Sanborn, NSAC

  3. Tim Goncharoff, Santa Cruz County Public Works

  4. Beverly Hanstrom, Colorado Medical Waste

  5. Dan Moran, Covanta

Date: Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Time: 10:00 -11:30 am PT

Cost: $125; FREE for funders. $75 for NAHMMA members.

For more information and/or receive the discount, please contact jordan@nsaction.us

Textiles

Textiles and clothing are an important component in residential waste streams- coming from our closets, bathrooms, kitchen, or living room. Textiles and clothing also have industrial uses in firefighting, healthcare, agricultural work, and cooking. We are surrounded by products containing textiles and it’s about time to discuss end-of-life for these materials. Textiles comprise 4% of the CA waste stream according to CalRecycle’s 2014 waste characterization report and many clothing manufacturers agree that raw material sourcing has the largest impact in GHG reduction efforts. Join this webinar to learn what manufacturers are doing upstream to address textile sustainability and how jurisdictions are dealing with textile recycling at the end-of-life. Panelists include Mark Walker, CEA of Outerknown, Andy Keller, CEO of ChicoBag, and Dr. Joanne Brasch of NSAC, who holds a PhD in Textile Economics and also teaches at UC Davis in the Department of Textiles and Clothing. 

Date Recorded: November 1, 2019

Duration: 1 hour

Cost: $125; FREE for funders. $75 for NAHMMA members and CPSC funders.

For more information and/or receive the discount, please contact joanne@nsaction.us

Household Hazardous Waste Reuse

As sponsors of SB 726 in California, a bill that would allow for the reuse of Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) that is currently not allowed statewide due to restrictions by some local Certified Unified Program Agencies (CUPA), NSAC will gather industry experts to share how HHW reuse can be expanded and better tracked while removing barriers to implementation. Speakers include:

  1. Heidi Sanborn, NSAC

  2. Chris Ripley, Smarter Sorting

  3. Victoria Hodge, Smarter Sorting

  4. Elizabeth Rouan, San Mateo County, Environmental Health Services

  5. William Stockton, Habitat for Humanity

Date Recorded: September 5, 2019

Duration: 1 Hour

Cost: $125; FREE for funders. $75 for NAHMMA members and CPSC funders.

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Battery Recycling 

Batteries help power the world we live in, but improper disposal can cause fires. Batteries are now a leading cause of fires in the materials management industry and a serious threat to their ability to secure insurance coverage, NSAC is hosting this webinar to share viable solutions including producer responsibility.

Date Recorded: July 24, 2019

Duration: 1 hour

Cost: $125; FREE for funders. Click Here to Download

For more information, please contact jordan@nsaction.us 

Producer Responsibility Policy Options for Tobacco Waste 

As sponsors of SB 424 (Jackson) on Tobacco Waste Reduction- NSAC is hosting a webinar to discuss producer responsibility policy options for tobacco waste. Invited speakers from various companies will share their product stewardship stories addressing tobacco waste in the environment.

Date Recorded: June 21, 2019

Duration: 1.5 hours

Cost: $125; FREE for funders. Click Here to Download

For more information, please contact jordan@nsaction.us 

Solar Panel Recycling in California

We invite solar panel installers, local government, recyclers, and waste haulers to watch our webinar on solar panel recycling in California. Learn about solar panel recycling concerns and information on future recycling in California.

Date Recorded: June 13, 2019

Duration: 1.5 hours

Cost: $125; FREE for funders - Click Here to Download

For more information, please contact jordan@nsaction.us 

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