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Tim Goodman

Tim Goodman 
Cradle-to-Cradle Manager, NatureWorks

Workshop MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2018

Understanding Ingeo in a Low-Carbon and Circular Economy Context

This workshop provides an in-depth briefing on the role of Ingeo biomaterials in a low-carbon, circular economy from responsible sourcing to enabling appropriate recovery options like composting and recycling.

Experts in these areas from NatureWorks will cover topics such as: latest work in feedstock sustainability and certification, an update on relevant regional/global regulations, strategies and pilots to increase the recovery of Ingeo, and the latest Ingeo LCA and eco-profile data.

About Tim Goodman

As Cradle-to-Cradle Manager for NatureWorks, Tim is responsible for developing and implementing end-of-life (EOL) management strategies for the recovery of Ingeo™ PLA from the post-consumer waste stream. More specifically, current efforts are focused on recycling and composting options though other non-landfill EOL management methods such as anaerobic digestion and energy from waste are also considered.

Tim has 30+ years in the solid waste/recycling industry. In this time he has served in both government and the private waste services industry. With experience in a variety of end-of-life management methods – including recycling, composting, incineration and landfilling – he has dedicated his career to pushing boundaries toward the concept of zero waste management (or something close to it).

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Kaihan Krippendorf
Founder, Outthinker
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Jesse Hipps
Michelman
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Justin Zeulner
Green Sports Alliance