14 June, 2013 | (01 hr)

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Like its parent company, Nestle Waters North America (NWNA) believes that to have long-term success and create value for its stakeholders, it must also create value for society. In this session, experts will discuss their work to drive a long-term solution to recycling in the United States through Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) for packaging and printed paper, a model of recycling that shifts responsibility for recycling to the industry and increases access to curbside recycling, and recycling away from home for all product packaging.

Audience: chief sustainability officers, environmental health and safety, manufacturing public relations, government affairs, public affairs, corporate communications, procurement


Michael Washburn

Michael Washburn
Vice President of Sustainability
Nestlé Waters North America

Michael Washburn is the Vice President of Sustainability at Nestlé Waters North America (NWNA). His primary focus is working with a coalition of recycling stakeholders to advance Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) for packaging and prin... Full Bio

Paul Gardner

Paul Gardner
Executive Director
Recycling Reinvented

Paul Gardner served as a state legislator in the Minnesota House of Representatives from 2007 to 2011. During his two terms serving six suburban communities north of St. Paul, Gardner authored successful legislation to protect and conserve drinkin... Full Bio

David M. Hoffman

David M. Hoffman (Moderator)
Program Director
The Conference Board

Dave Hoffman is a Program Director for the Conference Board, producing conferences, seminars, and webcasts for the Leadership Practice. Dave has extensive experience developing large-scale professional conferences that create revenue streams and m... Full Bio


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