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November 24, 2014

Over the course of the last 15 weeks, the School of Sustainability senior and graduate students have been applying their textbook knowledge to real world scenarios. Several municipalities and other government agencies from across Arizona have presented these students with current projects. The students have been studying and implementing these best practices with their public sector clients, and will be presenting their findings. If you are interested in seeing what these innovative students have found in their research, please RSVP to Dr. Nalini Chhetri at Nalini.Chhetri@asu.edu.

Date/Time: Dec 4, Thursday: 4:30PM to 7:30PM, Dec 5, Friday: 8:30AM to 11:30AM

Location: ASU’s Tempe Campus, Wrigley Hall, Room 481



See the list below for a schedule of these presentations:

Presentations, Day 1, 12/4/14, 4:30PM-7:30PM

City of Scottsdale, Green Building Program, 4:30

Maricopa County Flood Control District, Demonstration Gardens, 4:50

Arizona Department of Transportation, Redesign of Transportation Corridor, 5:10

City of Goodyear, Demonstration Garden on Superfund Site, 5:30

City of Goodyear, Wetland Waste Water Treatment Project, 5:50

Presentations, Day 2, 12/5/14, 8:00AM-11:30AM

Walton Sustainability Solutions Service, National and International Best Practices in Feedstock Regionalization, 8:00

Walton Sustainability Solutions Service, Financial Impacts of Regional Feedstock Aggregation 8:20

Walton Sustainability Solutions Service, Best Practices in Feedstock Diversion and Contamination Reduction, 8:40

Walton Sustainability Solutions Service, Financial Impacts of Energy-Use Disclosure Ordinances 9:00

Luke Airforce Base, Water Remediation Study, 9:20

City of Mesa, Low Impact Development at the Mesa Urban Garden, 9:40

City of Tucson, Low Impact Development, Business Case, 10:00

City of Mesa, Evaluating the Feasibility of a Permanent Household Hazardous Waste Facility,10:20