Come view the videos entered into the college competition that detail how to deal with difficult to recycle materials. See the first public demo of the WhereToRecycleThat website directory. Meet enterprising college students interested in recycling.
Matt Buckley, Staples
Mark Buckley directs Staples’ global environmental commitment and sustainable business practices. He is responsible for driving the company’s sustainability efforts in five major areas: the development of more sustainable products, packaging and services; customer recycling solutions; internal waste reduction; the development of global carbon reduction and renewable energy strategies; as well as environmental education for customers and associates focused on sustainable business solutions. A 24-year Staples veteran, Buckley has been in this role for 12 years and was previously vice president of facilities management and purchasing at Staples where he directed company-wide recycling and energy conservation programs. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in biology from St. Anselm’s College. He is an active member of several environmental and non-profit organizations, these include the Advisory Council for the Product Stewardship Institute, Board member of Earth Force a national environmental education organization and the John Andrew Mazie Foundation.
Terry Grady, MassRecycle
Terry has been in the waste & recycling industry for 37 years dating back to 1978 when he started with BFI, which evolved into Republic Services through mergers. During these years, Terry spent 5 years in the e-waste recycling industry before returning to Republic in 2013 as the Municipal Services Manager here in New England
Chris Ronson, Emerge Knowledge
Chris Ronson is a Solutions Manager for Emerge Knowledge, the company that has developed Re-TRAC Connect, a fully-scalable web-based waste reduction measurement system. Chris has been assisting governments and organizations since 2008 as they improve their recycling and solid waste data measurement, reporting, and knowledge sharing.