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Tuesday, May 10, 2011
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

How does Waste-to-Energy technology impact materials recovery & recycling

In light of the City of Cleveland's proposed municipal waste gassification-to-energy plant, Environmental Health Watch, Earth Day Coalition, the Greater Cleveland Clean Air Campaign and Ohio Citizen Action are hosting a community presentation and discussion focused on recycling and economic development.

Guest speaker: Mr. Neil Seldman, a leading practitioner of recycling and economic development for the past 37 years. He has worked for cities such as Los Angeles, Austin, Philadelphia, Washington, DC, Atlanta, Bridgeport and Hartford, CT and Cleveland, OH; Alachua County, FL, King County, WA, Hawaii County, HI; and federal agencies such as EPA, DOE, HHS, NSF and EDA.

He is also the co-founder and president of the Institute for Local Self-Reliance, which is dedicated to maximizing the use of resources found in the community, labor, capital, sunlight, and organic material for urban agriculture and decentralized energy systems.

RSVP by emailing pamszoo@sbcglobal.net or by calling (216) 961-4646.

In light of the City of Cleveland's proposed municipal waste gassification-to-energy plant, Environmental Health Watch, Earth Day Coalition, the Greater Cleveland Clean Air Campaign and Ohio Citizen Action are hosting a community presentation and discussion focused on recycling and economic development. Guest speaker: Mr. Neil Seldman, a leading practitioner of recycling and economic development for the past 37 years. He has worked for cities such as Los Angeles, Austin, Philadelphia, Washington, DC, Atlanta, Bridgeport and Hartford, CT and Cleveland, OH; Alachua County, FL, King County, WA, Hawaii County, HI; and federal agencies such as EPA, DOE, HHS, NSF and EDA. He is also the co-founder and president of the Institute for Local Self-Reliance, which is dedicated to maximizing the use of resources found in the community, labor, capital, sunlight, and organic material for urban agriculture and decentralized energy systems. RSVP by emailing pamszoo@sbcglobal.net or by calling (216) 961-4646.

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