TALKING TRASH: Saving Money and the Environment by Reducing Excess Packaging
—A community discussion open to all—
Thursday, January 27, 6–8:30 p.m.
NewHolly Gathering Hall, 7054 32nd Ave South, Seattle
From electronics to groceries to holiday gifts, excess packaging is not just annoying—it hurts your wallet AND the environment. What can we do about it? Come hear from a panel of local innovators working to curb packaging waste and then share your own experience and ideas for policies on waste reduction in Seattle. This will be the first in a series of discussions co-sponsored by Pacific Science Center and Seattle City Council that gather community input on different aspects of the City Council’s priority issue of carbon neutrality.
• When: Thursday, January 27, 6 – 8:30 p.m.
Info fair at 6 p.m., forum begins at 6:30 p.m.
• Where: NewHolly Gathering Hall, NewHolly Campus Family Building, 7054 32nd Avenue South, Seattle (map it)
• Light dinner and refreshments provided for forum attendees.
• Educational activities provided by Pacific Science Center’s Science On Wheels for children ages 5 and up whose caregivers attend the forum. Registration required for kids’ activities.
• Karen Raines, Director of Corporate Sustainability, Costco
• Dominic Muren, Lecturer in Industrial Design, University of Washington
• Chris Martin, President, CleanScapes
How to register:
This event is FREE but space is limited. Reserve your spot by registering online or calling (206) 443-2896.