Recovering valuable resources from waste is only the last leg of the journey. But what goes into setting up the process for private & public sector stakeholders to ensure we build a zero- waste world. What are the best practices for market development in waste management and recycling that developing countries can adopt?
On this episode Anne Johnson joins me to share her experience in developing systems and processes for waste segregation, processing and recycling at Resource Recycling Systems (RRS).
Resource Recycling Systems (RRS) has proven expertise of over 30plus years in the waste management industry serving a range of customers including city councils, multinational corporations, universities, other public and private sector stakeholders and also leads other collaborative efforts in this space.
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Anne is a Principal and Vice President at RRS and co-leads the Global Corporate
Sustainability practice. She has more than 25 years of experience working on packaging
design and recovery issues, as well as corporate sustainability. Her previous positions as founder
and Executive Director of GreenBlue’s Sustainable Packaging Coalition and consultant at
McDonough Braungart Design Chemistry have added to her expertise in life cycle
assessment, sustainability in packaging, and sustainable materials management. Anne is
currently on the Board of Directors for Keep America Beautiful and is the Chair of the
Governor’s Plastic Waste Prevention Advisory Council for the State of Virginia.