Returnity Innovation’s Louisa Freeman to Speak at the New York State Association for Recycling Annual Recycling Conference

Reuse: A Forgotten “R” Session Will Take Place on Tuesday, November 5th from 9:15-10:45am

Brooklyn, NY, November 03, 2019 --( The New York State Association for Recycling will hold its Annual Recycling Conference from Monday, November 4th – Wednesday, November 6th in Cooperstown, NY. Returnity Innovation’s Louisa Freeman has been tapped to speak on a panel addressing the renewed focus on “the forgotten Rs” and easing the growing world plastic pollution crisis now that the US is facing unprecedented recycling costs for packaging. The session will take place from 9:15 - 10:45 a.m. in the Kingfisher Room on at the Otesaga Resort Hotel.

NYSAR3's annual conference will aim to address the significant challenges today's recycling professionals are facing, including vanishing markets, rapidly escalating costs and intractable contamination problems, and the innovative approaches in the sustainable materials management economy of the future.

“Returnity’s mission is to empower and enable the transition from a linear to a circular model by making the path towards a more sustainable future more accessible right now, at this moment in time,” said Louisa Freeman, Business Development Associate at Returnity Innovations. “We are excited to meet with others in the industry to not only discuss the challenges facing this switch but explore new ways forward.”

The panel “Reuse: A Forgotten 'R'” will be moderated by Jeff O’Handley (Program Director, Otsego County Conservation Association) and will include Louisa Freeman (Business Development Associate, Returnity Innovations), Benjamin Weir (Business Development Manager, Loop), and Dan Lilkas-Rain (Recycling Coordinator, Town of Bethlehem and NYSAR3/Re-ClotheNY).

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