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Data-Driven to Better Recycling
Artificial Intelligence supercharges a ‘measure it, optimize it' strategy to better recycling. Nowhere is this riper for deployment than the epicenter of our recycling ecosystem—the MRF. Imagine the confidence in operational decision-making when need and results data is automatically at hand. Imagine the value of automated feedback to recycling education and incentive programs about their efficacy in driving positive change to what is placed in the bin. Imagine knowing what’s left to recover and targeting it. Imagine helping manufacturers see how their packaging helps or hinders MRF recovery operations. This is Better Recycling.

May 11, 2021 11:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Dan Gambelin
HEAD OF SALES AND BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AT EVEREST LABS Don knows what drives investment and operational excellence in recycling systems from his decades of work in the industry with Republic Services, Allied Waste, and Recology. He’s led investment in some of the largest MRFs and organics processing facilities in the country, modeled operational changes in MRFs, and used M&A, sales, and other business development activities to lead Better Recycling initiatives. Don holds an MBA from UC Berkeley and a BS from UC Davis.
Rob Watson
An international leader in market transformation and green buildings, Watson is known as the “Founding Father of LEED.” Under Rob’s direction, LEED became the largest and fastest-growing international green building standard. Rob is also the Founder and President of the SWEEP (Solid Waste Environmental Excellence Performance) Standard, a system of market transformation standards geared to move the waste industry toward sustainability. Author Thomas Friedman called Rob "one of the best environmental minds in America." Dartmouth Alumni Magazine just recognized Mr. Watson as one of the "25 Most Influential Alumni" in the College's 250-year history. Mr. Watson received his MBA from Columbia University in 2006, a MS in Energy and Resources from UC Berkeley in 1990 and his AB from Dartmouth in 1984. He is married to Green Schools Alliance Founder Margaret Howard Watson and has a 21-year-old son, Max.