Tuesday, September 11, 2012
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Kaplan Hall, SUNY Orange
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In LEED NC 2009, Credit MRc2 focuses on diverting waste from landfills by finding multiple alternatives for end uses of the waste, namely recycling, reuse on site, donation for reuse on another site, or resale. Join us and learn about Construction & Demolition Debris (C&D) activities, management, hierarchy, composite and characterization. Learn the differences in market place: residential, commercial, industrial, institutional.
Emphasis will be placed on Green Building and C&D materials, including Commodities & Green Building, Recycling & Green Building, Energy from Waste Technology and TRF’s Single-Stream Recycling and the LEED rating system.
We will also discuss C&D landfill diversion strategies and benefits, Taylor C&D recycling Technology, NYS Solid Waste Management Plan (Beyond Waste) for C&D.
- 6:00 pm Networking
- 6:30 pm Tour of LEED Certified Kaplan Hall
- 7:00 pm Waste Management Presentation
About the Presenter:
James A. Rollins, Sr. – Vice President of Business Development Taylor Recycling & Taylor Biomass Energy
Mr. Rollins has over 18 years of experience in the waste industry. He brings a wealth of knowledge in transportation, collection, sales, marketing, recycling of waste and waste services, new business development, and structuring long-term municipal waste contracts and procedures. He holds a B.S degree in global business from Regent University, an MBA from Rochester Institute of Technology (International Business), and is a PhD. candidate in Organizational Leadership & Management (Entrepreneurial Leadership).
He was a Market Area Sales Manager for Waste Management, Inc., the largest solid waste hauler in North America. James was responsible for the sales of solid waste services in southeastern New York State. He was formerly the General Manager of Safety Kleen Systems in West Nyack, NY, one of the largest hazardous waste recyclers in North America. James worked with the U.S Marshals service for 3 1/2 years, charged with managing the sales and revenue development of a suite of 27 collection companies, transfer stations, and recycling centers, with revenues of $75 million annually, which were forfeited to the federal government.
Advance registration fees: $10 for Chapter members and $15 for the general public. At the door: $15 for members and $20 for the public. Non-member students can pay $15 at the door with a valid ID.
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