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Monday, April 25, 2011

Compost, The Quiet Hero: An Encore Performance at the NRA Show

Compost, the Quiet Hero Returns with THE HOW at the 2011 National Restaurant Association Show in Chicago. In his encore performance, our Hero's spokesperson, Zero Waste Zone director  & Elemental Impact founder Holly Elmore, is joined by the CHRIS TRIAD. 

In 2010 our Hero educated on WHY composting food residuals is important; in 2011 our Hero recruited pals to educate foodservice operators on HOW to incorporate organics collection into operations.
THE CHRIS TRIAD provides the spectrum in HOW organics collection is simple, cost effective and good for business.  Chris Moyer, NRA Conserve Program Director, will explain the support available from the NRA Conserve Program through educational tools, metrics collection and political advocacy. 

Chris Newman with the U.S. EPA, Region V will share the government assistance available at the local, state and national levels and the importance to top management buy-in for successful organics collection systems.

The shining star of the session is Chris Koetke of Kendall College who will give a hands-on perspective to organics collection in the commercial foodservice environment.  Complete with props, Chris's dynamic performance will inspire attendees to assess the organics infrastructure available in their home market.

With plenty of time for questions and dialogue, our Hero will facilitate the lively session.  Mark your calendars for Saturday, May 21 12:00 - 1:30 p.m. to attend.

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