Upcoming workshops and trainings

Waste Diversion Workshop: April 24, Carbondale | Building(s) for a Sustainable Future: May 18, Carbondale

Waste Diversion Workshop


Waste Diversion Workshop explains how to
reduce, reuse, recycle and compost

Learn how your family or company can send less waste to the landfill and divert more to composting and recycling at the upcoming Waste Diversion Workshop.

Tuesday, April 24, 5:30 to 7:00 p.m.
Third Street Center, 520 S. Third St., Carbondale

The workshop is free and refreshments will be served.

PRESENTERS

Alyssa Reindel, Zero Waste Guide
EverGreen ZeroWaste, Carbondale

  • How households and businesses can reduce, reuse, recycle and compost
  • The role landfill waste plays in climate change
  • How waste is handled at a recycling facility
  • Guidelines for properly separating waste for recycling and composting
  • How to get started with backyard composting

Ramsey Bond, Envirowagg intern
Colorado Mountain College Sustainability Program

  • How to compost pet waste in your backyard or neighborhood
  • Colorado Animal Rescue's shelter-scale animal waste composter

The Waste Diversion Workshop is presented by CLEER, Garfield Clean Energy and the Town of Carbondale.

RSVP to info@CleanEnergyEconomy.net or 704-9200.


Buildings for a Sustainable Future

A symposium to accelerate progress on innovative, sustainable building practices in Garfield, Pitkin and Eagle counties

The buildings sector is responsible for 40% of all energy used in the U.S. In Garfield, Pitkin and Eagle counties, we’ve seen great progress in constructing and retrofitting energy efficient and high performing buildings. To reach adopted state, local and regional clean energy targets, however, we need to do so much more.

Building(s) for a Sustainable Future is an opportunity to work together, expand on success to date, and spur greater progress moving forward. The symposium will bring together architects, builders, designers, real estate professionals, lenders, community leaders, and representatives of local and state agencies from our three-county region and beyond.

Keynote: Edward Mazria

Internationally recognized architect
Founder of Architecture 2030

Principles, tools and actions for designing low-carbon and carbon neutral structures, communities and cities worldwide.

Ed Mazria

Join us for a day filled with inspiring,
information-packed presentations,
dialogue and break-out sessions.

 

 

Eric Harrington
Designer / Builder
Harrington Construction
Eric Harrington

Friday, May 18, 2018
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Third Street Center (100% solar powered)
520 S. Third St., Carbondale

Reception following at Marble Distillery
150 Main Street, Carbondale

Josie Plaut
LEED AP
Associate Director
Institute for the Built Environment
at Colorado State University

Josie Plaut

Event registration
includes breakfast & lunch

Early bird ticket pricing
through Friday, May 11: $45

Register today

Shanti Pless
LEED AP
Senior research engineer
National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
Shanti Pless  
Kelly Vaughn
Buildings program marketing director
Rocky Mountain Institute
Kelly Vaughn
Approved for AIA and LEED CE credit hours

Presented by

CLEER, Garfield Clean Energy, CORE

Sponsored by

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