SUSTAINABLE ATLANTA ROUNDTABLE (SART)
Live Thrive Atlanta: Center for Hard to Recycle Materials
Friday, September 11, 2015 7:30-9:00 am | Center for Hard to Recycle Materials
Live Thrive Atlanta launched an exciting new initiative in 2015—the Center for Hard to Recycle Materials, or CHaRM. In September, the roundtable will be held at CHaRM for a panel discussion on waste management within the city, learn about the demand and value of facilities to recycle atypical materials and take a tour of the space to see its capacity. CHaRM is equipped to handle a wide array of difficult materials, from batteries to appliances to tires, all for low fees or free of charge.
Join us on September 11 to check out this exciting new facility!
Center for Hard to Recycle Materials
1110 Hill Street
Atlanta, GA 30315
Presenters & Parking Information: Coming Soon!
About the Sustainable Atlanta Roundtable
The Sustainable Atlanta Roundtable convenes once a month to discuss the region’s current environmental issues – from water to energy, urban planning to government policy, and much more. Members of the audience are encouraged to ask questions, make comments, network, and learn about Atlanta’s current and future opportunities for sustainable development.
|Costs*:||Student/Young Professional Discount
(must present a student id that is current or one that has expired within two years at the door)
|Online Pre-registration for Southface Members
(Become a member!)
|Online Pre-registration for Non-members
|Walk-in Registration (Members and Non-members)
*All prices include AIA credit.
**If you are using your corporate member discount for the first time, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Become a Southface Member! Make a tax-deductible contribution to Southface and enjoy one free pass to SART, a monthly SART discount, free admission to our Solstice events and many other benefits.
Online registration closes the afternoon before SART.
For assistance, email email@example.com
or call 404-872-3549
The Sustainable Atlanta Roundtable is brought to you in partnership with the following organizations and professional associations:
AIA-Atlanta Committee on the Environment
American Council of Engineering Companies of Georgia
Atlanta Regional Commission
Congress for the New Urbanism - Atlanta
EarthShare of Georgia
Emory University Office of Sustainability Initiatives
Georgia Commute Options
Georgia Planning Association
Georgia Tech’s Center for Quality Growth and Regional Development
Livable Communities Coalition
The Trust for Public Land
Urban Land Institute - Atlanta
U.S. Green Building Council
Thank you, breakfast sponsors!