Be on the first MSSCOR conference call with John Fischer, DEP; Sarah Cadorette, FoodDay Massachusetts; and Heather Billings, Recycling Works, and more – (we have additional Discussants and we will have Q&A after each speaker, and Open Discussion after their presentations). Let interested parties know. Ask pertinent questions. Add your perspective or helpful tip.
Friday, Noon – 1 October 25th
Participant Access Code: 427609#
Conference Dial-in Number: (712) 432-1500
Sierra Flanigan of EcoMotion, MSSCOR’s cohost of the conference call, has found a service that has virtually unlimited participation (up to 1,000 callers). What that means is that we could have cacophony if we have a lot of callers and everyone speaks up at once when I ask if anyone has a comment. In order to have an orderly flow of conversation, I am asking that you have your email open if you can during the call, and email me directly if you would like to say something – use email to “raise your hand”. Because some of you may not have access to your computers I will also ask if anyone has anything to say that has not emailed – but this will help to bring civilized discourse to the conference call, we hope! Do not hesitate to send me any questions ahead of time, or let me know that you would like to share something with the group.
Rick Reibstein, Manager, Outreach and Policy
Office of Technical Assistance and Technology
Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
100 Cambridge St., 9th Floor
Boston, MA 02114
617 626 1062