7th Annual Potomac Watershed Trash Summit

Wednesday, November 7, 2012 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM

7th Annual Potomac Watershed Trash Summit

Date: November 7, 2012
Place: Silver Spring Civic Building
Time: 9:00am to 4:30pm

For questions email: kthatcher@fergusonfoundation.org

Doors open at 8:30am, breakfast and lunch are provided.

Talk trash with your elected officials. Read our latest media advisory “Jean-Michel Cousteau to Deliver Keynote Address at 7th Annual Potomac Watershed Trash Summit” to find out who is coming.

The Potomac Watershed Trash Summit is a gathering of key stakeholders to educate, dialogue, plan and take action on strategies that lead to a Trash Free Potomac Watershed. This event provides a venue for elected officials, citizens and youth leadership to collaborate on strategies to eliminate trash from our waterways, communities, streets and public lands – including regional public policy, model Best Management Practices, business actions, and public education.

The Alice Ferguson Foundation (AFF) is coordinating this effort to address our serious regional trash problem from a watershed-wide approach in collaboration with a diverse network of key leaders and decision makers on federal, state, local and non-governmental They collectively showed support and commitment to work together to address this important issue.

Kevin de Cuba, Caribbean Initiative Manager and Closed Looped Cycle Production in the Americas Program manager participates in the Elevating the 4Rs: Rethink, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. He presents on the Rethink component by using cradle-to-cradle design to inspire trash-smart solutions.

From left to right: Kevin de Cuba, Olivier Giron, Adjunct Professor, George Mason University, Clara Elias, Program Associate, Alice Fergurson Foundation

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