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Solid Waste Advisory Committee Zero Waste Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Kaity Robbins
45:15
Can you explain how exactly you evaluated leadership category? Is this the initatives that would make Brookline a leader?
Clint Richmond
47:00
I’m not sure that all items are leadership items. Education and Behavior Marketing might be Medium — they are also harder to measure that you really are a leader
Erin Gallentine
55:11
https://www.broomfield.org/1383/Trash-and-Rubbish-Hauling
Clint Richmond
01:16:14
I would like to suggest that “Toxic impact” should include highly littered which is a form of environmental toxicity.
Kaity Robbins
01:18:11
If we develop a timeline, I would argue that EPP starts immediately, and ramps up over time. I see it as high priority, but long-term.
Amy Perlmutter
01:28:33
@Mary Sabolsi had a comment in the q&a re: economics of reusable takeout containers. Here is an article by UPSTREAM showing that the economics can work: https://upstreamsolutions.org/blog/the-future-of-food-service-is-reusable
Alexandra Vecchio
01:47:08
https://www.brooklinema.gov/1983/Zero-Waste-Framework-Meetings