The Breakfast Series presents notable cleantech speakers for a monthly conversation followed by networking with 100 cleantech industry leaders on the second Wednesday of each month from September through May (except November, which is reserved for the Energy Leadership Summit). Register for the entirety of the series and save! Our first event, on September 11, will feature Derek Ruckman, VP & Group Manager of Recology – Pacific Northwest. Derek will speak on Recology's Waste Zero Mission. Derek plans, directs, and evaluates all aspects of Recology’s collection and processing operations in Washington and Oregon. Derek’s goal is to ensure safe, efficient, innovative, high-quality, and ethical service to all customers, while remaining mindful of the environment in which they operate.
Michael P. Wolcott is Regents Professor and Vice President for Research, as well as the Director of the Office of Clean Technology at Washington State University. Michael Wolcott, Regents Professor, has been a member of the WSU faculty since 1996 conducting research in the field of biobased materials, chemicals, and fuels. Wolcott currently serves as […]
Source: King County, September 27, 2019 The U.S. Census Bureau of Labor Statistics reported there were 71,070 non-farm firms with employees in King County during 2010, and 95% of these had 50 or fewer employees. The challenges to operating a small business are infinite and often daunting, but the collective contributions of small businesses are […]
Commerce will hold a rulemaking workshop on Aug. 22 om Olympia.
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Our 333-member organizations are located in eighteen U.S. states, Canadian provinces, and the District of Columbia. They represent many different industries, business models, technologies and services all working to create products and services that are better, faster, cheaper, cleaner, and safer. This diversity creates valuable connections that make a difference for our members, our economy and our planet through policy advocacy, commercialization programs, business services and signature events that educate, enlighten and enhance profitability.
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