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Zero Waste – What is it? Why do it? How to start?

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Join us for this breakfast briefing to learn about incorporating zero waste practices into your life and business.

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Join us for this breakfast briefing to learn about incorporating zero waste practices into your life and business.

This event is presented in partnership with the Chester County Solid Waste Authority through CCEDC’s Smart Energy Initiative of Southeastern Pennsylvania (SEI).

Event Speakers:

A Special Message from:

Marian D. Moskowitz - Chair, Chester County Commissioner, Chair, CCEDC

Moderator:

Skelly Holmbeck - Board member of the Chester County Solid Waste Authority

Panelists:

Bradley Flamm, Director of West Chester University’s Office of Sustainability

Bradley works with the large community of students, faculty, staff, and neighbors active in WCU’s Sustainability Council. WCU has adopted an ambitious Climate Action Plan and includes sustainability as one of just five priority areas in its current Strategic Plan entitled "Pathways to Student Success". Bradley brings to this work the skills he’s developed as a professional transportation planner, a researcher and instructor, a food security analyst in sub-Saharan Africa, and an environmental advocate.

Patti Lynn, Recycling Resources Manager for the Chester County Solid Waste Authority

Patti is a Certified Recycling Professional and has a Master of Arts in Teaching. She has developed recycling programs on local and county levels for 15 years.

Pat Brett, Owner Kimberton Whole Foods

Pat Brett is the founder and co-owner of Kimberton Whole Foods, an independent regional chain of natural food stores, operating in southeastern Pennsylvania for over thirty years. Pat is the author and recipe developer of the Kimberton Whole Foods Cookbook. She is chairperson of the company’s Climate Committee, and is actively involved in community service. Pat and her husband, Terry, are the proud parents of five amazing children, and the delighted grandparents of five wonderful grandchildren.

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