waste reduction

Get to Know the WDNR’s Waste and Materials Management Study Group

April 5, 2017

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR) initiated a Waste and Materials Management (WMM) Study Group to provide constructive feedback on policy and technical issues. There are also five subgroups assigned to research selected topics and develop recommendations for presentation to the full group.

The study group and subgroups include a mix of regulators, industry representatives, environmental group representatives, researchers/professors, and consultants.

The WMM study group has five subgroups working on along with resources related to the area of study:

 

Get Involved

  • Visit the Waste and Materials Management Study Group website
  • Subscribe to the WMM email list
  • Attend a study group meeting – all meetings are open to the public

 

Feel free to contact Tom Karwoski or Betsy Powers for more information; active study group members ready to answer your questions and help you get engaged in the WMM.

Betsy Powers, PE, SCS Engineers
Betsy Powers, PE, SCS Engineers 608.216.7347
Tom Karwoski, PG,  608.216.7369,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Posted by Diane Samuels at 9:14 am

L.A. Program Supports the County’s Roadmap to a Sustainable Waste Management Future

September 14, 2016

“This program directly supports the county’s Roadmap to a Sustainable Waste Management Future by helping businesses to implement recycling programs,” says Leonard. “And not only recycling but waste reduction, as well, all of which, of course, contribute to reducing greenhouse gas emissions, resource management and sustainable materials management.”

Read the article about L.A. County’s Plan for Sustainable Waste Management

 

 

 

Posted by Diane Samuels at 6:00 am