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Reducing waste in the workplace

Effective waste management in commercial buildings reduces pollution and improves occupant health. It also contributes to a circular economy by reusing or recycling paper, cans, glass and organic waste.

Waste reduction and separation of recyclables requires buy-in at all levels of your organization. Our panel of experts will explain how facilities managers can drive interest and improve participation from tenants, administrators and decision-makers through clever change management techniques and other low-cost solutions while improving your company’s ESG scores.

This event is in partnership with International Facility Management Association

Speakers

Cristina Herrera
Organizational Change Management and Workplace Strategy Consultant

Cristina is an industry thought leader, speaker and mentor in Organizational Change Management and Workplace Strategy with a wealth of global cross-cultural experience. She is an advocate for people-centered design and is fiercely committed to change that matters.

Emily Gove
Corporate Director, Sustainability and Training, Building Maintenance Service

Gove is a skilled sustainability professional specializing in corporate sustainability, zero waste initiatives, ESG, cleaning for health, safety & training, and sustainable purchasing. A motivated changemaker with leadership experience as a Vice President, Corporate Director, Project Manager, and presenter., she is committed to tackling the climate crisis at hand and creating a socially responsible & sustainable future.

Moderator

Amy Marpman
Director, Sustainability, SBM Management Services

Amy Marpman is Director of Sustainability at SBM Management. As part of the corporate sustainability team, she provides advisement and support for SBM clients and site teams across the U.S. toward their zero waste goals. Amy has 15 years of experience as a waste and recycling professional, is Chair of the Queens Solid Waste Advisory Board and maintains the following credentials: LEED AP O+M, CSRMP, TRUE Advisor.

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