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C&D Waste Recycling Training and Accreditation Course
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C&D Waste Recycling Training and Accreditation Course

Join WasteCap for a day long C&D waste recycling workshop. Learn the necessary skills to develop, manage, monitor, document and promote a successful recycling program for construction and demolition debris. Participants will receive a three year Accreditation in Construction Waste Recycling and LEED AP’s and Green Associates are eligible for 7.5 Continuing Education Units through GBCI. Additionally, architects are eligible for 7.5 Learning Units through AIA.

5/2/2013
When: 5/2/2013
8:00 AM
Where: Seattle, Washington 
United States
Contact: Victoria Arnold
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Construction & Demolition Waste Recycling Training and Accreditation Course


Eligible for GBCI & AIA Continuing Education Credit


May 2, 2013

Seattle, WA (near Seattle Center)

8 AM – 5 PM


$285 WSRA or WasteCap Members

$325 DECON Attendees

$475 nonmembers, group discounts also available


Register Online at www.wastecap.org/training

 

Nationwide, owners are requiring construction waste recycling as part of sustainable building. Those who know how to meet this demand will be at a market advantage. This day-long training provides the skills to develop, manage, monitor, document and promote a successful recycling program for construction and demolition debris.  Participants receive three year Accreditation in Construction Waste Recycling and training to obtain LEED construction waste management points.


Learning Objectives

  • Develop reuse and recycling programs on construction or demolition sites
  • Prepare a construction waste management plan
  • Document reuse and recycling results
  • Educate crews and monitor programs for best compliance and efficiency

 

You will Receive 

  • Accreditation in Construction Waste Recycling that you can use in your marketing efforts.
  • Construction and Demolition Waste Management Toolkit, including market information, educational material, monitoring checklists, worksheets for conducing economic analyses, etc.
  • Everything you need to meet criteria for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design’s Materials and Resources Credits
  • For LEED Accredited Professionals, this course is now eligible for Continuing Education Credits. Use your certificate of completion as verification for credit reporting.
  • For AIA Professionals, this course is now eligible for 7.5 Learning Units.

 Washington State Recycling Association | 545 Andover Park W, Ste 209, Tukwila, WA 98188 | 206.244.0311 | recycle@wsra.net

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