The proper disposal of electronic waste has become a major concern of businesses large and small. This FREE seminar this Thursday at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden is designed to help business and nonprofit leaders learn best practices for safe and responsible electronics disposal and recycling. The seminar is presented by 2trg, in partnership with the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden, Green Umbrella & the City of Cincinnati’s Office of Environmental Quality. We hope you can join us! The seminar takes place this Thursday, March 29th from 3:30-5:30pm.
Our special guest speaker is Mike Enberg, the e-Stewards Enterprise Manager with the Basel Action Network based in Seattle, Washington. Founded in 1997, BAN has become the leading global source of information and advocacy on toxic trade and international hazardous waste treaties. It has developed market-based solutions that rely on the highest standards for globally responsible recycling and rigorous independent certification to those standards.
Mike will address the following topics relevant to all businesses and organizations:
- Current e-waste disposal regulations
- Best practices for creating an electronic waste recycling program for your organization with an emphasis on protecting assets and limiting risk
- Differences in the two accredited e-waste recycler certification standards: R2 & e-Stewards
- Why businesses and organizations should work with certified recyclers
- Participation in the e-Stewards Enterprise program
Learn more about sustainable practices from the Cincinnati Zoo, hailed as “the greenest Zoo in America”; 2trg, who recently earned the prestigious e-Stewards and R2 certifications; Green Umbrella, the region’s sustainability initiative; and the City of Cincinnati’s Office of Environmental Quality, responsible for the Green Cincinnati Plan.
Space is limited for this seminar so please RSVP today at: http://technologyrecyclingseminar.eventbrite.com/. Admission and parking to the Zoo is FREE for seminar participants.