Start Date: 10/11/2022 11:30 AM PDT
End Date: 10/11/2022 1:00 PM PDT
Venue Name: Tom Ham's Lighthouse Location:
2150 Harbor Island Dr.
San Diego, CA United States 92101
BOMA San Diego
BOMA OCTOBER MEMBERSHIP LUNCHEON
Get excited to join BOMA San Diego's Programs & Seminars and EP_S Committee’s for the October membership meeting on Tuesday, October 11th at Tom Ham's Lighthouse where we’ll talk trash with people in the know!
Our esteemed panelists:
Lori Feeney, President of Principle Waste & Environment Services
John D. Vorgeas, Director of Market Development for EDCO
Jeanne Patton, Supervising Recycling Specialist for the City of San Diego
They’ll be BREAKING IT DOWN…LITERALLY on the new SB 1383 Organic Waste Requirements, which will be enforced on January 1st, 2023. We’ll learn what we need to do to be compliant as business and property owners, and ultimately how we can better be involved in making our environment a safer and cleaner place. You don’t want to miss this!
TOPIC: Composting: Breaking it Down...Literally
DATE: Tuesday, October 11, 2022
TIME: 11:30pm - 1pm
SPONSORED BY: Allied Universal, Brightview, GSH Group, Hazard Center, Black Diamond Paving
Lori Feeny, President | Principle Waste & Environmental Services
Speaker Bio: For over a decade, Lori has partnered with commercial, retail, and residential properties to develop, implement, and manage sustainable waste and recycling programs. She is passionate about diverting waste from landfills and designs systems that are both financially responsible and environmentally friendly.
Lori has created over 150 waste stream management programs focusing on diversion and can assist in LEED-compliant waste audits. Her work combines ongoing education, outreach, and best practices to encourage greater awareness of our environmental footprints. She is a TRUE Advisor, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Communications and a minor in Business Administration from the University of San Diego.
Company Bio: Principle Waste and Environmental Services, offers years of experience managing the often misunderstood and commonly overlooked nuances of a successful waste stream management system. They analyze each customer's current program, review service options and compliance, perform LEED audits and provide accurate reporting and design a program to meet each customer’s goals.
John D. Vorgeas, Director of Market Development | EDCO Waste & Recycling Services
Speaker Bio: John is a San Diego native that has been in the solid waste & recycling industry for the past 32 years . He has been a San Diego BOMA member since 1987 and has served as the activities committee chairperson as well as served on the BOMA board of directors in 1993.
John is currently the Director of Market Development for EDCO Waste & Recycling Services. John and his staff oversee the waste, recycling, and organics services for seven EDCO franchised cities, including Lemon Grove, National City, La Mesa, Del Mar, El Cajon, Coronado, Imperial Beach, as well as the City of San Diego's open market area.
Company Bio: Since 1967, family-owned and operated EDCO has served the integrated waste and recycling needs of California communities. Built on the fundamental philosophy of providing superior customer service with a “We’ll Take Care of It” approach, the EDCO team embraces its unique role as an innovative, experienced and committed premium service provider
Jeanne Patton, Supervising Recycling Specialist | The City of San Diego, Environmental Service Department
Speaker Bio: Jeanne Patton has worked with the City of San Diego Environmental Services Department (ESD) since 2017 as a Recycling Specialist and now a Supervising Recycling Specialist. She currently coordinates efforts to implement California Senate Bill 1383 in the City of San Diego which includes organic waste recycling programs. Previously, she worked for the San Diego County Office of Education and coordinated a community outreach contract with ESD that focused on waste reduction within the City of San Diego. Earlier in her career, she worked as an Outreach Director for Greenpeace. She has a B.A. and M.A. in Geography with an emphasis on environmental conservation from San Diego State University. In her free time, Jeanne enjoys hiking, rock climbing, paddle boarding and just spending time in nature.