American Chemistry Council’s blog summit on plastics recycling

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american-chemistry-council I’ve been invited to participate as a key contributor to The American Chemistry Council’s second Blog Summit this year!

I quote: “With your passion for reducing waste through the Zero Waste initiative, your  participation in the summit will help to bring great value and personal experience to the discussions within the Blog Summit.”

Last year’s blog summit was on energy efficiency and this year the focus is on the importance of plastics recycling.

As well as the importance of plastics recycling, discussions will focus on comparisons to reducing and reusing, consumer education about recycling and the future of recycling in today’s society. And, based on contributor and reader feedback, there will be opportunities to propose additional topics of conversation, if appropriate.

The summit contributors so far amount to about a dozen of us including mainstream media, environmentalists, NGOs, government officials, academia and eco-bloggers.

There will be a new website launched soon for the summit to take place, so I’ll let you know where I’ll be hanging out for a month and I hope you’ll come along and show your support.

Have a think about whether you have any burning questions, as this is a great opportunity to pitch your thoughts to a target audience.

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I am a long time supporter of the Green and Sustainable lifestyle. After being caught in the Boscastle floods in 2004, our family begun a journey to respect and promote the importance of Earth's fragile ecosystem, that focussed on reducing waste. Inspired by the beauty and resourcefulness of this wonderful planet, I have published numerous magazine articles on green issues and the author of four books.

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  1. Sarah says:

    Ooooh! International fame!
    Well done!

  2. RecycleBill says:

    As a fellow participant of the summit I look forward to your participation. I also added My Zero Waste to my blogroll. Perhaps I’ll paddle my canoe across the pond to visit someday. Then again…

  3. John Costigane says:

    Mrs Green,

    Congratulations on the recognition for your website. We can all support your participation there. The chance to reach a bigger audience can only help grow the Zero Waste trend.

    I looked over the American blog and was pleased to see discussions on the safety of plastics. This is one factor which has been overlooked until recently with the BisPhenol A problems.

  4. Poppy says:

    Dear Mrs G Superstar

    Would now be a good time to buy shares in you?

    I love it that recognition for all that you do is moving global! Every convert is one step nearer to the goal 😀

  5. This is fabulous news and congratulations. The recognition is very well deserved and your input will be extremely valuable. I can’t wait for the event to take place. And as Poppy said global is the way to go! 😀 x

  6. Closed Loop says:

    congratulations! its great to see movements like getting recognition. well deserved.

  7. Tracey Smith says:

    My word missus – serious congratulations are in order! What smashing news.

    As Closed Loop says, ‘very well deserved!’…

    Respectfully yours,
    TS x x

  8. Mrs Green says:

    Thank you everyone, and Recyclebill – welcome to the site! I look forward to spending more time getting to know you on the blog summit. Hopefully we shall meet on the initial call.
    Thanks for adding us to your blogroll; I shall reciprocate the link love 🙂

  9. John Costigane says:

    Mrs Green,

    I visited the ACC blog and saw your picture and the excellent bio (write-up), with your details. It is indicated that you can raise posts about the plastic recycling issue as the first topic. Joining-in and supporting your posts will be ace.

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