Zero Waste Construction Event – Tuesday March 20th / Hallwalls / 7pm / Free

Have you heard about the colossal amount of waste that happens during construction? It is staggaring.. but there are a lot of new ways you can reduce your waste that many people do not know about.

Check the zero waste institute website for more information: http://zerowasteinstitute.org

Anyhow, you can learn about this topic TOMORROW because WNYSEA is putting on an event with Christopher Romano from UB. The event is free. If you haven’t been to a sustainable series event yet, this is the one to see.

Please join the WNY Sustainable Energy Association for the March installment of the Reitan Sustainability Speaker Series.

Tuesday March 20th at 7pm- Free 
Hallwalls – 341 DELAWARE AVE.BUFFALO, NY 14202 716-854-1694

This Month’s Topic will be:
ZERO WASTE CONSTRUCTION!

UB Associate Professor of Architecture,Christopher Romano and his students give a dynamic presentation about new and sustainable methods in the field of innovative construction. Please don’t miss this exciting talk! Free and Open to the Public!

Professor Christopher Romano holds a B.P.S. in architecture as well as a professional M.Arch. degree, with a concentration in architectural theory and design, from the State University of New York at Buffalo. In 2005, he received the chair’s award for consistent, high-caliber design work performed in the studios. His research and teaching explores the relationship between design and construction and the contemporary culture of building.

http://wnysea.com/2012/03/19/zero-waste-construction-event-is-tomorrow/ <– Website Link

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