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Due Diligence Regulatory Webinar #3
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When: Wednesday, February 12, 2020
9:00 AM
Contact: Jessica Lu
416-596-8065 x 222

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Due Diligence Regulatory Webinar #3: Future of Waste Management in the Commercial Real Estate: Rules, Responsibilities, and Re-Inventing Reporting

Waste management is one element of building operations that has not seen much innovation and usually not discussed unless there are customer complaints or some labour actions causing suspension of waste pick up services. From cost perspective waste management constitutes significantly small portion of the operations budget as compared to other areas such as energy, water, life safety, etc. However, from environmental perspective waste management has a significant impact on our environment contributes to emission from buildings. With municipalities focusing more and more on climate change, the topic of waste management is beginning to move closer to the front line of discussions and gaining the attention of regulators and policy makers. Technologies are beginning to change how we manage and process waste. Do you know how the waste that picked up from your building is processed? Do you know the rules and regulations governing waste management? Join our experts Jaime Carnevale, Manager - Sustainability Services at Wasteco, and Dan Regan, Director - Business Development at Recycle Smart talk about what changes you can expect from the waste management industry as we aim high to address the impact of climate change. 

Presenters will discuss:

  • Regulations and material bans
  • How the waste management industry works. How materials are moved through?
  • Why are there differences and why standardizing would be difficult?
  • Moving away from diversion as a measurement, and using Capture rates.
  • Breaking down individual materials, their value and how they are recycled.
  • What is the future of the waste industry and what products and services could look like?
  • What are the latest technologies and how they are expected to change the way we manage and process waste in buildings?

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