Food Waste Diversion & Composting Workshops
Location: Granite State Conference Room at the NHDOT (room 114)
Join the Northeast Resource Recovery Association (NRRA), the NH Department of Environmental Services, and Mark King of the Maine Compost School for a series of workshops on food waste diversion and composting on April 16th and 17th.
With support from a USDA Rural Utilities Service grant, NRRA has teamed up to bring a series of workshops focused on food waste diversion this spring.
Even better, this workshop series is FREE! Workshops will address everything from the basics of food waste and food waste diversion to specifics on how to implement a food waste diversion program within your community, including outreach and community education.
WHO this is for:
We encourage facility or organization decisionmakers to attend these workshops, along with their operators (if the decisionmaker is not an operator) so lessons learned can turn into local action more quickly and easily.
Because of space restraints, attendance is limited to two representatives per organization or facility. Additional registrants will be put on a waitlist and then notified on April 9th whether they will be able to attend or not.
Each workshop earns at least 2.5 NHDES credit hours.
HOW to register:
Because of the space limits, it is important to first speak with your Facility Manager, DPW Director, or other decisionmaker within your organization to determine which two individuals would be the best fit for these workshops.
Once you're determined who would be the best fit, each individual should complete a separate registration.