Jeff Azano-Brown, Wellesley’s Superintendent of the Recycling and Disposal Facility, will discuss the ‘Massachusetts’ Waste Problem, Recycling in Crisis, and Why We’re Focused on Food Waste’ on Thursday, January 31 at 7pm at the Unitarian Universalist Society of Wellesley Hills (309 Washington St., Wellesley).

Come hear about Wellesley’s Food Waste Drop-Off Pilot Program, the RDF’s business initiatives, and how China’s refusal to accept plastic recyclables has affected Wellesley’s recycling program. The Wellesley RDF raised over $800,000 in revenue last year, and this will be an opportunity to learn about how this award winning facility was able to do that, and what the current concerns are for the future.

The talk is free and open to the public.

RDF Crisis Jan2019 FINAL.pdf