INC Delegate Meeting
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INC will have their delegate meeting on Saturday April 9 from 9 – 9:30 AM
INC Forum – Expanded Waste Services
Saturday April 9 — 9:30 – 11:30 AM
Please join Denver’s Inter-Neighborhood Cooperation as we look deeply into the proposal for Expanded Waste Services.
Landfills and trash contribute significantly to the climate crisis we are all facing. This plan finally puts the focus in the right area. “With an expansion of recycling and compost collection services, the City and County of Denver is looking to increase our recycling and composting rate, sending less of our waste to the landfill. Denver’s current rate is 26%, well below the national average of 34%. The more waste that ends up in the landfill, the more methane that is produced as that material decays over decades. The production of methane, a powerful greenhouse gas, hampers Denver from reaching its climate action goals, which residents have asked the city to rapidly advance.”
The main presenter will be Charlotte Pitt from the Office of Climate Action Sustainability and Resiliency. She will discuss and answer questions on the City and County of Denver’s new proposal for Expanded Waste Services
Charlotte Pitt Resource Management Manager and has spoken at several INC meetings [email protected]
Questions can be sent to Adam Meltzer Delegate At-Large [email protected]
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After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
*This meeting and forum will be recorded to be shown on the INC You Tube channel at a later date.
Established in 1975, Denver INC (Inter Neighborhood Cooperation) is a voluntary, non-profit coalition of representatives from Denver’s registered neighborhood organizations (RNO’s), city agencies and others that gather to promote responsible city change and growth for Denver. Membership represents over two-thirds of Denver’s households. We focus on citizen education/advocacy and fair-balance presentations on issues impacting Denver residents.
For many years, INC has increasingly become the vital voice of Denver’s neighborhoods on municipal public policy. Through its committees, INC has developed the first comprehensive Citizens Education Academy, provided representatives to City task forces, furnished resources and tools to promote neighborhood organizational development and been involved in shaping recent marijuana initiatives and short term rental conditions.
Mailing: INC, PO Box 300684, Denver, CO 80218 Website: www.denverinc.org