RecyclingWorks Forum: Prevent Wasted Food in Campus Dining

  • 4 May 2017
  • Start time : 09:30 AM
  • End time : 11:30 AM
  • Event Host : RecyclingWorks
  • Event Location : 7 College Lane, Northhampton, MA, 01063, United States
RecyclingWorks Forum: Prevent Wasted Food in Campus Dining
Event Description

RecyclingWorks Forum: Prevent Wasted Food in Campus Dining
May 4 | 9:30-11:30am
Smith College Campus, Dewey Common Room - 7 College Lane, Northhampton

Food waste is a growing issue across the globe. Join in on this forum as they discuss tools and strategies used by colleges and universities to prevent wasted food in campus kitchens and dining areas. Reducing wasted food can help your campus meet sustainability goals while also saving money on dining service operations.

Staff, faculty, and students involved in waste reduction on their campuses are encouraged to attend RecyclingWorks C&U Forums. This forum will be particularly useful for anyone involved in dining service operations.

Panelists include:
Andy Cox, Director of Dining, Smith College
Michael White, Assistant Director of Residential Dining, University of Connecticut
Joey McClain, Unit Manager, and Ang Sherpa, Sustainability Student, Williams College
Jason Coombs, Senior Director, and Meghan Thulin, District Marketing Manager, Worcester State University
Brit Florio, Senior Sustainability Coordinator, UMass Amherst

To RSVP, email or call 888-254-5525.

  • Host Company/Organization Name
    • RecyclingWorks
  • Event type
    • Panel Discussion

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