Zero Waste Washington educates LFP Rotary at Dec 11 meeting

Sunday, December 15, 2019

Zero Waste Washington presentation

On Wednesday morning, December 11, 2019, speaker Heather Trim from Zero Waste Washington spoke to the Rotary Club of Lake Forest Park to explain ZWW's mission to make systematic changes that have lasting impacts.

This means they work on laws and programmatic changes rather than focusing on individual behavior change.

L-R: President Robin Roat, Program Chair Mark Phillips,
speaker Heather Trim, and Secretary Larry French.
Photo courtesy LFP Rotary

Zero Waste envisions a just and sustainable world where society responsibly produces, consumes and recycles. Achieving Zero Waste plays a significant role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions. It saves natural resources.

Less waste means less plastic pollution and fewer toxic chemicals in our environment.

Zero Waste Washington protects people and our natural world by advocating for products designed and produced to be healthy, safe, and continually recycled and reused. "We are the public’s voice for zero waste."

The Rotary Club of Lake Forest Park meets weekly for breakfast at the Lake Forest Park Presbyterian Church. Visitors are welcome.


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