Social Media Guide to the 2017 Metro Vancouver Zero Waste Conference

Looking to share your Zero Waste Conference experience via Twitter? Remember to use the event hashtag #ZWC2017. Want to highlight a conference participant in your social media posts? Here are Twitter handles for the organizations, speakers, and panellists participating this year’s event. Haven’t registered yet? Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from circular economy leaders!

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From Waste Stream to Revenue Stream, Full Cycle Closes Loop on Food Waste

Would you like to change the world with us?

That’s the provocative question Full Cycle Bioplastics CEO Andrew Falcon puts to the audience at the end of his presentation at the 2016 New Materials and Packaging Expo. The company’s proprietary process may just deliver on that ambitious goal.

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ZWC 2016 Educates with Innovation, Inspiration, and Marketplace Success

Big Ideas. Groundbreaking innovations. Cutting-edge solutions. Metro Vancouver’s annual Zero Waste Conference has gained a reputation for delivering invaluable perspectives on all three. The one-day conference’s well-deserved reputation for impacting policies and practices is due in large part to its track record of showcasing real world successes in the shift towards the circular economy and a zero waste world. This year’s edition promises to continue that tradition.

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ZWC 2014 – Canada’s National Zero Waste Council on Zero Waste Efforts

Advancing Waste Prevention Nationally, the National Zero Waste Council (NZWC) is a cross-sector leadership initiative bringing together governments, businesses and non-government organizations to advance a waste prevention agenda in Canada. In this video, the co-leads for working groups within the Council speak about their efforts:

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ZWC 2014 Opening Remarks

In the coming weeks we’ll bring you the presentations that made the 2014 Zero Waste Conference such a success. Over 500 people participated, gaining insight into a wide variety of topics, from product design to disposal, and tackling the complexities that are part and parcel of facilitating the cultural shifts necessary to switch to a circular economy. If you didn’t attend this year’s conference, here is your opportunity to take advantage of the learning opportunities the event offered. We begin this retrospective of the event with the opening remarks from British Columbia’s Minister of the Environment Mary Polak.

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