ESA Participates in the Zero Waste Brain Trust

11.03.2011

The Zero Waste Brain Trust seeks collaborative strategy and input from zero waste professionals, businesses, government, and other stakeholders

More and more cities are adopting zero waste plans and policies as part of their climate action strategies. The Zero Waste Brain Trust is a think tank of mostly northern California based resource management professionals — leaders in their field who have organized to create and share effective polices, legislation, and best management practices for cities and their constituent businesses. Led by a core group and an advisory board, the Zero Waste Brain Trust seeks collaborative strategy and input from zero waste professionals, businesses, government, and other stakeholders.

ESA’s Robin Schidlowski participated in the most recent Zero Waste Brain Trust strategy session on September 15th, 2011 in San Francisco and is part of Zero Waste Brain Trust Futures, a sub-group that joins the ideas of younger professionals in the field with those who have been working on advancing the cause for decades. This working group is helping to ensure that the details of the multi-faceted Zero Waste vision become a reality, so that waste prevention can become a social norm. For inquiries on zero waste or information on the Zero Waste Brain Trust or her role in the group, contact rschidlowski [at] esassoc [dot] com (Robin Schidlowski) or call 415.896.5900.