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What a Load of Rubbish! - Community Forum

When:

Wed 13 Jun 2018, 7:00pm–8:45pm

Where: Ōtaki College, 233 Mill Road, Otaki, Kapiti Coast

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

Listed by: MichaelPeterMoore2

What a load of Rubbish!

https://www.facebook.com/events/178846612767682/

During 2018, Transition Town Otaki (TTO) will host three community forums: Waste, Water and Food - each with a panel of experts and leaders.

We invite you to participate in an important *free community forum on managing our waste “What a load of rubbish!”

Panel
- Leigh Ramsey: Energise Otaki Inc.
- Moko Morris: Para Kore the iwi initiative
- Deirdre Kent: Low Carbon Kapiti
- Glen O’Connor: KCDC, solid waste services manager
- James Cootes: Otaki Ward councillor for KCDC

NB: We are also hoping for a representative from Envirowaste or another waste removal company, and a representative from Xtreme Zero Waste Waikato.)

Programme
7:00pm - welcome and intro
- Panelists speak for 5 minutes each
- Followed by Q+A from floor - facilitated by Jamie Bull, TTO chair
- Summary and conclusion
8:45pm - 9pm
- Tea/coffee supper

*Free - koha welcome

During the forum, the key ideas, points, actions and outcomes/recommendations will be recorded. These will be transcribed and emailed to participants, audience, panelists and relevant local authorities to form the basis for the next stage of action.

Since 2007, Transition Town Otaki has worked on finding ways for a small community to grapple with change and to “think global, act local”.

As a community, we have to face ongoing options and management of waste. Our aim with this forum is to connect and educate, with the goal to inspire further development around the Reuse Recycle Reduce approach to waste, which is the stated desire of Kapiti Coast District Council reduce waste.

TTO is an independent non-political community group. During 2018 we are facilitating community forums involving leaders and experts in our region, in order to highlight the realities and important issues.

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