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Local Emerging Market Series: Transitioning to a Zero Waste Economy

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Old West Church

131 Cambridge Street

Boston, MA 02114

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The circular economy is an emerging economic model that promotes innovation and creative business models for advancing zero waste practices and products. Join Climate Action Business Association and Save That Stuff for a panel discussion about emerging drivers and opportunities for entrepreneurs working to make wealth from waste. Hear from our panelists about their successes, challenges, and future business opportunities in the circular economy.

This event is part of our Local Emerging Market Series in which we focus on specific industries to encourage dialogue within the local industry. Over the past five years, Massachusetts has become the national incubator for innovative business solutions to climate change. Climate Action Business Association has developed a free series of reports, Local Emerging Market Reports (LEMR) to offer a spotlight on what we see as further opportunities for leadership in the transition to a carbon-free economy.

About Save That Stuff:

Save That Stuff is a recyclable materials waste service company that makes saving customers time and money a top priority, along with responsibly managing the recyclable waste materials they throw away. They help over three thousand New England businesses and institutions safely and efficiently dispose of a wide range of recoverable materials otherwise destined for the dumpster. They operate an independently-owned 100,000 sq. ft. processing facility in Charlestown, Boston, Massachusetts.

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6:00-6:30: Networking

6:30-7:00: Speaker Introductions

7:00-7:45: Q&A

7:45-8:00: Networking

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131 Cambridge Street

Boston, MA 02114

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