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Organics. . and Composting in New. . Hampshire. April 5, 2017: 9:00 – 11:30 AM. Location: . NHDES Auditorium . 9 Hazen Drive, Concord, NH 03301. Today’s Agenda. 8:30-9:00 - Registration (photo . ID: 593501

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Stakeholder Meeting

Organics

and Composting in New

Hampshire

April 5, 2017: 9:00 – 11:30 AM

Location:

NHDES Auditorium

9 Hazen Drive, Concord, NH 03301

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Today’s Agenda

8:30-9:00 - Registration (photo id required)- Coffee 9:00 Welcome: Introductions – Housekeeping -- Fire Escape Route - Mike Durfor, NRRAOverview of NH’s regulations, practices, future needs and plans - NHDES StaffOverview of NRRA’s EPICURE Project for Organics/ Composting - Cindy Sterling, NRRA10:15-10:30 – Short Break Overview- VT’s Organics Program – Mike Nork, NRRAGroup Discussion and Q&ANext Steps / Wrap Up

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Housekeeping Items

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In the event we need to evacuate this room…

Please take a moment and look for the exit closest to your seat.

Familiarize yourself with the emergency evacuation routes on the upcoming map.

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Auditorium

Main Exit

Emergency Evacuation Routes

West

Wing Exit

East

Wing Exit

= You are here

= Best Evacuation Route

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About Us

Working Together to Make Recycling Strong!

In 1981, four New Hampshire municipalities founded the Northeast Resource Recovery Association, then called the New Hampshire Resource Recovery Association, to provide a clearinghouse for current, up-to-date information and a source of technical and marketing assistance in the general areas of waste reduction and recycling.

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MOM and NRRA Workshops

Working Together to Make Recycling Strong!

MOM - Members/Operations/Marketing meetings are held monthly.

In addition. NRRA conducts workshops and facility tours several times a year that can be used for continuing education credits toward transfer facility operator certifications and renewals.

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EBC–– NRRA –

SWANA

Program:

“Talking Trash 4.0”

Fourth Annual Conference on Solid Waste Management in Northern New England

Friday, April 7, 2017 Registration 7:30AM

8:15AM

Start – 1:15PM

Puritan Conference & Event Center

245 Hooksett Road

Manchester, NH 03104

Collaborating Organizations

Environmental Business Council of New England

Solid Waste Association of North America – Northern New England

Northeast Resource Recovery Association

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Background:

The

amount of food Americans throw away each year is staggering. According to the US

EPA:

A

.) Over

38 million tons of food waste was generated in 2014 in the United States

.

B

.) Nearly

95% of food waste goes to landfills and incinerators

.

C.) Food

waste makes up 21.6% of municipal solid waste.

D.) The

cost of landfilling and incinerating food waste is significant, in both dollars and environmental impacts. Alternative methods are available that can save you money and benefit the environment.

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Meeting Focus:

1. Existing

and alternative options for managing food waste

.

2. Opportunities to develop

and

implement

options that will reduce the amount of food waste disposed of in landfills and incinerators

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3. Strategies

, partnerships, tools, and next actions to promote and implement alternatives, including identify potential pilot

site

for

USDA/NRRA

EPICURE

project.

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Composting in NH:

What

works now, what needs help and

why

?

This

is the first in what we expect to be a series of

meetings

with NHDES to review current practices

and

alternatives

for diverting food waste from

being

landfilled and incinerated, including

composting

and other methods.

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