Dec. 6, 2018 Resource Recovery Partnership Webinar
Thank you to all those who joined us for a discussion on the next steps to promote high-value recovery of end-of-life waste resources and currently non-recyclable materials as we seek to move us closer to zero waste.
View the webinar documents:
We encourage you to review the webinar slides and webinar documents, then provide feedback, if you haven't already:
- Part 1: Introduction (Joe Hruska, Canadian Plastics Industry Association on behalf of RRP) & Overview of an Advanced Framework for Resource Recovery (Jay Stanford, City of London on behalf of RRP): Part 1 slides
- Part 2: Toward a Canada-wide Approach to Zero Plastic Waste, Chris Lindberg, Environment & Climate Change Canada: Part 2 slides
- Part 3:Why has the City of London Embraced Resource Recovery, (Jay Stanford, City of London): Part 3 slides
- Part 4: Highlights from the Draft Policy Guidance Document (Jay Stanford on behalf of RRP) & Next Steps (Joe Hruska on behalf of RRP): Part 4 slides
Share your views:
Please use the RRP contact form to add comments/suggestions to further ensure that the final Policy Guidance Document represents the position of the RRP and advances its mission.
- Federal, Provincial and Municipal waste management policy-makers staff and elected officials
- Academics in the resources, advanced resource recovery, and energy recovery fields
- Brandowners and producers of consumer products and packaging
- Environmental non-governmental organizations and related association representatives
- Waste management consultants
- Industry leaders in traditional and advanced waste resource management
- All those with an interest in achieving zero waste
Watch this space and join the RRP contact list to keep up to dates with new developments and be first in line to join us at the spring RRP Conference.