This is a checklist created by Newport, RI's Clean City Program to help event planners create more sustainable events in Newport, RI. It was part of Lauren Carson's presentation to the 2014 Compost Conference in Newport, RI.
This file is a Memorandum Of Understanding from the City of Newport, RI's Recycling Container Lending Program to Event Organizers who can borrow recycling containers for various city events to make those events more environmentally sustainable. It was contributed by Lauren Carson as part of her presentation at the 2014 Compost Conference.
Designing A Sustainable Events Protocol was the subject of a presentation by Lauren Carson of Newport, RI's Energy and Environment Commission at the 2014 Compost Conference in Newport, RI.
Small Scale Composting was the subject of a presentation by Sejal Lanterman, Cooperative Extension Educator, URI Master Compost Program at the 2014 Compost Conference in Newport, RI.
Moving Forward with Organics Recycling in Connecticut: State Environmental Agency Perspectives and Initiatives was the title of a presentation by K. C. Alexander, Organics Recycling Specialist, CT DEEP Recycling Program at the 2014 Compost Conference in Newport, RI.
Food Too Good To Waste was the topic of a presentation given by Christine Beling, Project Engineer, Assistance & Pollution Prevention Unit, United States Environmental Protection Agency during the 2014 Compost Conference in Newport, RI.
Moving Forward: Massachusetts Organics Action Plan was presented at the 2014 Compost Conference by Sumner Martinson, Director, Composting Program, MA Dept of Environmental Protection.
2014 Rhode Island Compost Conference and Agenda
Contains the 2014 Compost Conference Agenda followed by a list of Conference supporters.
Students will implement a worm bin-type composting program at the school.