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      Eco-Industrial Parks

      Communities across North America are looking for innovative and ambitious solutions that fulfill their waste diversion and zero waste objectives, develop local/domestic capacity for sustainable materials management, and further their goals to enhance local sustainability and resilience. One powerful response is the advancement of circular economy models that keep markets, materials, and resources local – in contrast to the linear economy, which is based on a ‘take, make, waste’ model of consumption – with the development of eco-industrial parks (EIPs).

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      Eco-Industrial Parks


      Selected Project Descriptions:

      Development of Sustainable Business Park
      Kent County, Michigan

      The County has set a bold goal to divert 90% of County-generated trash that goes to landfills by 2030. Building a Sustainable Business Park is an essential part of reaching that goal, helping to significantly reduce trash buried in landfills and attract investment and jobs from companies that can convert waste into usable products. GBB is a proud Planning Partner of this project!

      Development of Prince William County Eco-Park?
      Prince William County, Virginia

      The County is transforming, with GBB’s assistance, its award-winning landfill into a community resource by producing energy, recovering valuable materials and providing unique opportunities for education.


      Related GBB Articles:

      Building Something Sustainable
      Ashlea Smith, GBB Marketing Manager and Steve Faber, Byrum & Fisk West Michigan Team Leader
      Waste Today – April 2019

      Incentivizing Infrastructure for Sustainable Waste Solutions
      Tom Reardon, GBB Vice President
      Waste Today – April 2019

      Creating an Industrial Ecosystem – Building a circular economy starting with what was supposed to be a landfill expansion
      Steve Simmons, GBB President; Jennifer Porter, GBB Senior Project Manager; Kristen Wieland,?Kent County Department of Public Works, Communications & Marketing Manager
      MSW Management Magazine – January-February 2019

      Circular Solutions to a Growing Recyclables Market Problem
      Jennifer Porter, GBB Senior Project Manager
      Waste Today – April 2018

      Is the US Ready for a Paradigm Shift in Solid Waste Management?
      Steve Simmons, GBB Senior Vice President
      Waste Today – November – December 2017


      Related GBB Presentations:

      Opportunities for Florida: Zero Waste to Landfill and Creating a Circular Economy
      Steve Simmons, GBB President
      SWANA Florida / Recycle Florida Today Joint Summit – January 2020

      Advancing a More Circular Economy and the Reinvention of the Waste-to-Energy Industry through Sustainable Business Park Development
      Tom Reardon, GBB Senior Vice President, and Jennifer Porter, GBB Senior Project Manager
      Waste Conversion Technology Conference & Trade Show – June 2019

      The Circular Economy: How Local Governments Can Close the Resource Loop
      Corinne Rico, GBB Project Manager
      Illinois Counties Solid Waste Management Association Conference – November 2018

      Energy Recovery in Resource Recovery Parks: The Kent County, MI Project
      Steve Simmons, GBB Senior Vice President
      Waste-to-Energy Research and Technology Council Bi-Annual Conference – October 2018

      Making Space for Sustainability: A Kent County Case Study
      Jennifer Porter, GBB Senior Project Manager and Kristen Wieland, Kent County Department of Public Works, Communications & Marketing Manager
      Michigan Recycling Coalition Conference – May 2018

      Sustainable Business Parks – A Circular Economy
      Chris Lund, P.E., GBB Senior Vice President
      Virginia Recycling Association / SWANA Old Dominion Joint Solid Waste and Recycling Conference – May 2018

      Kent County, MI, Resource Recovery Park
      Steve Simmons, GBB Senior Vice President
      Renewable Energy from Waste Conference – October 2017

      Circular Economy Actions: Cities and Solid Waste Management
      Steve Simmons, GBB Senior Vice President
      Sustainability and Circular Economy Summit – June 2017

      Key Lessons to Draw from the Development of the Prince William Energy Park
      Tom Reardon, GBB Vice President
      NAWTEC – April 2013

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