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[GreenYes] ENVIRO FAIR 2002 San Diego November 8

Why not ZeroWaste?

Hosted by The 22nd District Agricultural Association Del Mar
Fairgrounds - Mission Tower (Use the Solana Gate Entrance off of Via de La Valle)

Friday, November 8th, 2002 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.  
Sponsored by:  KPRI Radio 102.1, Pearson Ford’s RTC, The County of San Diego, The City of San Diego, Wal Mart Stores of Poway,San Diego, and Oceanside, Solana Recyclers, The California Resource Recovery Association, and

SANDAG lends its name as a supporter of Enviro Fair 2002!      Meet Professionals at the fore frontof their industries in recycling, composting, zero waste, pollution prevention,and energy and water conservation.      

Book signing by Bill Shireman, author of “What We Learned in the Rainforest…Business lessons from Nature.”     

Visit exhibitors with recycled-content products and environmental services.      

Talk to representatives ofnon-profit organizations committed to improving our quality of life.      

View the competitive Recycled Art Exhibit, awarding $2,700 in cash prizes – Award ceremony at 7:00pm!     

Enjoy Blues Music in the evening and more!

Join us as we encourage our community to work toward conserving more of our natural resources and to consider zero waste!   

For more information check the Web site: or contact us at858-755-1161.  Admission is free but there may be a $6.00 parking charge.

Enviro Fair 2002 – Agenda   10:00a.m.– 8:00p.m. (OPEN)

Please visit theExhibitors, Non-profit Organizations and Recycled Art Exhibits on display throughout the day  

10:10a.m. – 12:00p.m.

Zero Waste Workshop – Presented by the San DiegoChapter of California Resource Recovery Association (CRRA) – Ric Anthony,Moderator (Director GRRN & CRRA)

SanDiego County looks at what it will take to get to zero waste and goals forgovernment, business and the public to move us toward a waste diversion of 100%from the landfill or close to it

Liz Citrino – Zero Waste Planner - CIWMB Policy and Summary Plan updates
Dr. Dan Knapp – Founder of Urban Ore., Berkley, CA - Definitions and reuse
Bill Shireman –CEO, Global Futures - Product Stewardship - Author of newly released “What WeLearned In the Rainforest, Business Lessons from Nature” - Book signing to follow
12:00p.m. – 1:00p.m.LUNCH BREAK 1:00p.m. – 2:30p.m.

Zero Waste Workshop continues

Dr. Neil Seldman –President, Institute for Local Self Reliance -Zero Waste Investments for the future
Gary Liss – Zero Waste Business Expert - Zero Waste Businesses  

Moderated Panel Discussion  - Zero waste community organizing
Dan Knapp, Liz Citrino, Neil Seldman, Gary Liss

3:00p.m. – 4:00pm

Composting as an end towaste
Yvette Di Carlo – California Integrated Waste Management Board – Overview on composting and the adoption of Zero Waste in the Waste Board’s Strategic PlanMary Matava – AgriService – Windrow Composting – a very successful business makes for less wasteand the end result is an important soil amendment for Southern California soilsDoug Reiss – San Diego Jewish Academy – Vermicomposting atthis school has been an exemplary model for hands on learning on how to run abusiness 4:30pm – 5:30pm
County of San Diego Green Business Plan -
Sustainable businesses make for a sustainable community.  Find out about the new Green Business Program and how it will foster responsible, dependable businesses and, therefore, dependable jobs in San Diego County - Speakers are: Karilyn Merlos & Ellen Schulte – County of S.D. Environmental Health and J Taylor – Countyof San Diego Public Works

6:00pm – Blues Band and Enviro Art Reception  

7:00pm- Enviro Art Awards Presentations
(Schedule subject to change without notice)

Richard Anthony Associates
3891 Kendall Street
San Diego CA 92109
858 272 2905 (P)
858 272 3709 (F)

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