Join us for Trash Talk at the Colonial on Thursday October 10th from 6 - 8:15pm. This event is the next in ACT’s Sustainable Future Series and features the film Bag It: Is Your Life Too Plastic?, a panel discussion, and a post event beverage and open conversation at Rek’-lis. By the end of the evening folks will walk away with at least three manageable concrete steps to take home and add to their daily lives in an effort to cut back on something that affects us all, trash.
Seated on the panel are Littleton Transfer Station Manager Brian Patnoe, Northeast Resource Recovery Association Executive Director Reagan Bissonnette, a representative from the Littleton Food Co-op, and Vice President of the New Hampshire Office of the Conservation Law Foundation Tom Irwin. The panelists will touch on both regional and local perspectives of recycling issues, steps to take toward waste reduction, how all this ties into climate change and what we can do to help individually.
The film has a run time of 1hr 18 mins which will allow about 45 minutes for a panel discussion and session to open the floor for questions from the audience.
After the event we invite anyone interested in joining us across the street at Rek-'lis for a beverage and more casual conversation.