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Thursday, February 25, 2010
7:30 AM - 9:30 AM

ULI Cleveland 2010 Sustainability Series: Landfill Diversion and Green Demolition

Reduce, re-use, recycle ? how does this mantra apply to the development, building, and construction industries? This program will explore the themes of landfill diversion, green demolition, and building material recycling. Is this a 'green' fad or an emerging industry where Northeast Ohio can be a leader? Moderator--Paul R. Beegan, AIA Panelists Bill Hadden Kurtz Bros., Inc. Chris Kious A Piece of Cleveland Please Register by Thursday, February 19th 2010 ULI Members: $25 ? YL & Public ULI Members: $15 Non-Members of ULI add $15 to your registration fee. Please note: Registrations made after Feb 19th 2010 are considered "at the door".There is an additional $20 Fee for "at the door" registration. Reduce, re-use, recycle ? how does this mantra apply to the development, building, and construction industries? This program will explore the themes of landfill diversion, green demolition, and building material recycling. Is this a 'green' fad or an emerging industry where Northeast Ohio can be a leader? Moderator--Paul R. Beegan, AIA Panelists Bill Hadden Kurtz Bros., Inc. Chris Kious A Piece of Cleveland Please Register by Thursday, February 19th 2010 ULI Members: $25 ? YL & Public ULI Members: $15 Non-Members of ULI add $15 to your registration fee. Please note: Registrations made after Feb 19th 2010 are considered "at the door".There is an additional $20 Fee for "at the door" registration.

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