Nebraska Recycling Council

2017 Annual Awards Luncheon & Workshops

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Collaboration is the Key

When:Thursday, October 19, 2017 | 8am – 1pm
Where:The Country Club of Lincoln | 3200 S. 24th Street

8:00 am
CHECK-IN & CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST
8:30 – 11:00 am
WORKSHOPS
“Teaming up to Change Your Community’s Solid Waste Management System.”
“Building Business Partnerships to Maximize Savings in Solid Waste Management and Recycling.”
11:30 am – 1:00 pm
AWARDS LUNCHEON & KEYNOTE ADDRESS
8:00 am – 1:00 pm
VENDOR SHOW

Thank You To Our Sponsors

B&R Stores, Inc., Super Saver & Russ’s Market, Eco-Cycle International, Firstar Fiber, Frito-Lay, Inc., Lincoln Electric System, Mid-America Recycling, Nebraska Innovation Campus, Papillion Sanitation, State Farm Insurance, Union Bank & Trust Co.

Becton Dickinson & Company-Medical, Tyler Mainquist, CFP®, Central States Reprocessing, Engineering Solutions & Design, Inc., George Witt Service, Inc., Goodwill Industries Serving Southeast Nebraska, Inc., Grafton & Associates, P.C., G.N. Kuhn Engineering, HDR, Hofeling Enterprises, Inc., Inspro Insurance, Integrated Recycling, Lincoln Plastics, Nebraska Public Power District, Prairieland Dairy, LLC., Jane Raybould, Lincoln City Council, Soil Dynamics – Gretna Sanitation, SWANA Nebraska, Solid Waste Equipment Co., St. Vincent DePaul Stores

THANK YOU TO OUR VENDORS

Keynote Speaker

Ellen Martin – Vice President for Impact and Strategic Initiatives

As Vice President for Impact and Strategic Initiatives, Ellen tracks progress and impact of the Closed Loop portfolio and generates actionable insights for investors, municipalities, and industry. In 2017, she will lead an industry-wide study on the capital landscape for circular infrastructure in the US.

Prior to joining Closed Loop Partners, she was a strategy consultant and partnerships director with FSG, the social impact consulting firm co-founded by Harvard economist Michael Porter. Her clients included major corporations, foundations, governments, and nonprofits. During this time, she led the research team behind Fortune’s inaugural “Change the World” list, featuring $1Bn+ companies addressing global challenges through profitable business models.

Concurrent Workshops

Teaming Up to Change Your Community’s Solid Waste Management System

How do communities navigate the process of changing their solid waste management plan with a diverse group of stakeholders? Hear from a panel of community leaders who have been through the process. Learn about accomplishments and lessons learned.

 

Panelists:

Gene Hanlon
Recycling Coordinator
City of Lincoln
Mayor Roger Behrns
City of Louisville

Epiphany Ramos
Wastewater Operations Manager
City of Bellevue
Sandy Brown
Chair of Wayne Green Team
City of Wayne

Lynn Rubinstein
Executive Director
Northeast Recycling Council
Lynn Rubinstein

 

Building Business Partnerships to Maximize Savings in Solid Waste Management and Recycling

Where are the opportunities for businesses to improve recycling outcomes by pooling their resources? A panel of experts will share their experiences from a variety of partnership models, from business to business, recycler to business, government, nonprofits and investors.

Panelists:

Carrie Marshall
Building Manager
Arbor Day Foundation
Dale Gubbels
President
Firstar Fiber
Autumn Sands
Sustainability Manager
BarFly Ventures
Autumn Sands
Lisa DiMeo
Engineer, Sustainability
ConAgra Brands
Lisa DiMeo
Dave Haldeman
Administrator
NDEQ

 

 

Individual Tickets

Lunch for NRC Members $35
Lunch for Non-Members $40
Workshops $25

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