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RIT New York State Pollution Prevention Institute invites you to their event

Fertile Ground: How NYS Composters are Responding to Growing Demand

About this event

Organics recyclers are growing across the state as businesses and communities look to reduce waste and comply with NYS regulations.

Join food waste experts from New York State Pollution Prevention Institute as they sit down with compost operators and food scrap haulers across the region, for candid conversation and Q&A.

Listen as they discuss and share insights on how they are actively growing in response to new demand, including onboarding new customers, transitioning from manual to automated processes, funding streams leveraged, and more. 

If you’re a compost operator or food scraps hauler looking to expand your operations, you don’t want to miss this event! 

Hosted by

  • Team member
    Missy Hall

    Missy Hall is the Sustainable Food Program Manager and a Senior Pollution Prevention Engineer at NYSP2I. She utilizes her years of experience in lean systems, sustainability, and food waste management to assist businesses and organizations through technical support, outreach, and education.

  • Guest speaker
    Ava Labuzetta Pollution Prevention Engineer @ NYSP2I

    Ava Labuzetta is a Pollution Prevention Engineer at the NYS Pollution Prevention Institute at RIT. Her work focuses on food system sustainability, and she works closely with municipalities and businesses across the food supply chain to both prevent food waste, and divert it from landfill.

  • Guest speaker
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    Jennifer Perry Owner @ River Valley Regeneratives

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    Molly Lindsay Director, Operations @ Community Compost Company, LLC

  • Guest speaker
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    Ignacio Villa Co-owner @ Farmer Pirates Compost, LLC

RIT New York State Pollution Prevention Institute

NYSP2I is sponsored by New York State’s Department of Environmental Conservation and led by Rochester Institute of Technology. We give organizations registered with New York State the information, resources, and solutions they need to become more sustainable.