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Transforming Denver to a Circular Economy by 2030
Thursday, December 05, 2019, 11:00 AM - 3:30 PM MDT
Category: Other Events

The City of Denver’s Solid Waste Management Division is conducting an update to the City’s Solid Waste Strategic Plan. The City is trying to take a wholistic approach to sustainable materials management by examining the necessary technical assistance, policy, infrastructure, and end-markets needed to foster sustainable circular economies for recyclables and organics here in Colorado.

As a part of the master planning efforts, the division is leading the workshop "Transforming Denver to a Circular Economy by 2030" at Mayor Michael B. Hancock’s 5th Annual Sustainable Denver Summit on December 5. As a workshop participant you will play a critical role in telling Denver, and even Colorado, what actions to take to transform our waste diversion system towards circular economies. This workshop will be a hands-on experience in identifying the challenges and opportunities by each material across the supply chain. This is a two-part workshop, and attendees are encouraged to attend both the morning and afternoon session.

Part 1: 11:15 am - 12:10 pm

  • Current State of Recycling in Denver
  • Scan for Drivers of Change
  • RISN incubator + Case Studies

Part 2: 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

  • Value Chain Mapping
  • Circular Solutions
  • Wrap-Up

Attendees will have assigned seating based on where their organizations fall in the supply chain and the materials they impact the most (fiber, glass, metals, organics, or plastics).

Register for the event:

If you have any additional questions about the workshop, contact:
Megan Megan Lane | Recycling Program Administrator
Solid Waste Management/Public Works | City and County of Denver
303.446.3404 Phone | 303.717.3957 Cell
[email protected]