Quick-Start Shoreline on Tuesday June 2

Sunday, May 31, 2015

Join the business community at Quick-Start on Tuesday June 2, 2015 from 12:00 to 1:30pm at Shoreline City Hall, 17500 Midvale Avenue N. 

Quick-Start Shoreline is presented by Shoreline Community College Small Business Accelerator and the City of Shoreline. These workshops are designed to be helpful for start-up, existing or potential business owners. Sessions are free and open to the public. Feel free to bring a brown bag lunch. 

Business Recycling 101

Stop waste before it happens! Save money, conserve natural resources, and create a more sustainable business. Learn how to audit your own waste to identify categories where you can shrink your “waste-line”. 

Recycling and composting programs are great resources for businesses seeking to reduce their waste footprint but we all know that sometimes it is hard to figure out what goes where. In this workshop Recology CleanScapes will share proven strategies to help make recycling at your business a success.

Erika Melroy
Recology CleanScapes
Erika Melroy oversees Recology CleanScapes’ government affairs and community investments and partnerships with current cities. 

Prior to joining Recology CleanScapes, Ms. Melroy worked for elected officials at all levels of government and most recently with nonprofits and local government to improve organizational operations.

She serves on the Boards of the Southwest King County Chamber of Commerce and the Shoreline Chamber of Commerce, and is a United Way of King County Public Policy Impact Council member, a PSRC Regional Food Policy Council member and a Capitol Hill EcoDistrict Steering Committee member.

Ms. Melroy received her Bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University and her Master’s in Public Health from the University of Washington.

Quinn Schweizer
Recology CleanScapes
Quinn Schweizer joined Recology CleanScapes in 2009.

In her role as Waste Zero Manager she is responsible for the education and outreach programs in the cities we currently serve and the employees who work with our customers to increase waste reduction, recycling, and compost participation.

Ms. Schweizer graduated from Hobart College with a degree in Public Policy and Economics.


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