Increasing the Use of Recycled Content in Infrastructure Projects
Virtual event, 1 - 4 p.m. Monday, November 16 and Tuesday November 17.
Don’t miss out on a unique and timely a workshop about using recycled content in road and infrastructure projects. Registration is required.
Speakers will be:
• Plastic corrugated drainage pipes with recycled content – Joe Babcanec, Advanced Drainage Systems
• Government Recycling Demand Champions – Lynn Rubinstein, Northeast Recycling Council
• Ground asphalt for roads – Rick Bradbury, Director, Materials Testing & Exploration, MaineDOT
• Use of crumb rubber in roads – Edmund Naras, Pavement Management Engineer, MassDOT
• Processed glass aggregate (PGA) - Reagan Bissonnette, NRRA Executive Director, Brian Patnoe, NRRA Board Member & Littleton NH Transfer Station Manager, and NRRA members Bob Harrington, Public Works Director and John Early, Transfer Station Supervisor, New London, NH
The workshop is being provided by the Northeast Recycling Council (NERC) and the Northeast Waste Management Officials’ Association (NEWMOA), in partnership with NRRA, MRRA, the Maine Department of Environmental Protection and Department of Transportation, the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services and Department of Transportation, and the New Hampshire Technology Transfer Center.
Continuing education credits are available from the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services.
The registration fee for the workshop is $75.