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CCSMM - Full Coalition Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Matt Knickerbocker
32:06
Yes, we will remain unless speaking, but feel free to turn on your camera.
Matt Knickerbocker - Bethel
34:50
Remain *muted* that is...
Chris Nelson
44:42
If there are any municipal representatives in the “Attendee” area of this meeting, please let us kno via the Chat box
Marilynn Cruz-Aponte
45:06
Marilynn Cruz Aponte
Chris Nelson
46:51
Stayed tuned - we are encountering difficulties with moving folks over to the “Panelist” area
Jean Speck
46:53
Jean Speck - Town of Kent
Chris Nelson - DEEP
58:06
Panelists - please take a moment to rename yourself in your box to include your organizational affiliation
Diane Lauricella
58:29
Terrific discussion and achievements. Can the Zoom meeting administrator find a way to let the public know who is particpating...ie. activate the Participants feature or scroll through the the particpant views? Thank you in advance.
Chris Nelson - DEEP
01:00:29
Diane - Panelists should be able to see one another. Attendees cannot. That is how ZOOM Webinars are configured.
Chris Nelson - DEEP
01:01:22
Panelists are official municipal representatives and presenters
Chelsey Hahn - CT DEEP (she, her, hers)
01:02:57
The meeting minutes will have the attendee list attached and will be on the CCSMM website next week.
Thomas Swarr
01:03:53
To Chris- I have no controls for mic or camera showing
Diane Lauricella
01:03:56
Thank you!
Chelsey Hahn - CT DEEP (she, her, hers)
01:06:07
New webpage on the bottle bill redemption center stakeholder page: https://portal.ct.gov/DEEP/Reduce-Reuse-Recycle/Bottles/Bottle-Bill-Stakeholder-Process
Chelsey Hahn - CT DEEP (she, her, hers)
01:07:16
Monday, August 9, 20212:00-4:00pm
shahil
01:07:32
Love to provide feedback with regards to the redemption process, being an 18 year veteran in the industry!
Chris Nelson - DEEP
01:07:36
Bottle Bill stakeholder meeting is August 9
Lisa Marotta - Rocky Hill
01:08:01
This is all awesome news - THANK YOU!!!
Mary Isaac
01:09:33
How is the $.05 from the nips distributed to the municipality? Who is the recipient?
Eric Marsh - Windsor Locks Refuse & Recycling Committee
01:16:14
Did she miss a bullet about organics?
Marilynn Cruz-Aponte
01:17:48
will bottle bill funds go through town CEO?
Jen Heaton-Jones HRRA
01:18:14
My apologies I have to go. Although I will be taking the session on the road and may not be available to answer any questions regarding CT PSC and the path to EPR, but please feel free to email me at Jennifer@hrra.org
Chris Nelson - DEEP
01:23:58
Attendees can pose questions in the Chat Box
Sam Gold
01:24:54
I believe that the overwhelming success of the grocery bag fee boded well for other initiatives, such as pay as you throw.
Barbara Bettigole
01:26:24
Why does Sustainable CT require crowd funding rather than evidence of community support for grants? I imagine many communities wouldn’t be able to raise much through crowd funding, but might be deserving of a grant.
Janice EhleMeyer
01:27:27
Thank you everyone!! Janice
Julie Cammarata
01:27:44
Will recycleCT be reviewing and picking the winners and losers for these grant programs? Thanks.
Douglas Colter
01:28:44
There is an EPA grant out for Biodigester studies. What is DEEP's current plan for regional biodigesters? We need one for both sludge and food waste. Will you be siting these regionally, or should I pursue my own stucy and grant?
Chris Nelson - DEEP
01:29:24
Plastic bag-related complaints can be directed to WEED’s COMPASS (Compliance Assistance) line at (888) 424-4193
Harrison Nantz
01:31:19
For any legislative follow up questions you may have please feel free to reach out to me at Harrison.Nantz@ct.gov
Chris Nelson - DEEP
01:32:45
Search for food waste permitting options on the DEEP website
Sam King
01:40:55
Can you put that link in the chat box?
Abigail Ellert, CT DEEP
01:41:20
https://portal.ct.gov/DEEP/Waste-Management-and-Disposal/Organics-Recycling/Food-Residual-Composting-Facilities
Sam King
01:41:26
TY!
Katie Dykes - DEEP
01:55:14
Great to hear about this progress in SCRCOG!
Ali Ghiorse
01:55:46
I’m sorry if this was mentioned — but how is Meridan, source separating? Is the transfer station set up to separate the bags?
Douglas Colter
02:16:43
What do you do with the effluent output from the digester?
Robert Isner DEEP
02:19:45
Meriden is working with a private solid waste facility to receive/separate the MSW and organic bags. The project is expected to be authorized by DEEP as a Temporary Authorization or Demonstration Project
Rashi Akki Ag-Grid Energy
02:20:55
www.aggridenergy.com
Rashi Akki Ag-Grid Energy
02:21:05
rashi.akki@aggridenergy.com
Eric Marsh - Windsor Locks Refuse & Recycling Committee
02:21:16
The link isn’t clickable
Chelsey Hahn - CT DEEP (she, her, hers)
02:21:39
The links will be in the slides when they are uploaded to the CCSMM website
Lisa Marotta - Rocky Hill
02:22:14
can you put Sherill's email back up please?
Chelsey Hahn - CT DEEP (she, her, hers)
02:22:59
The slides and links will be on this page ASAP: https://portal.ct.gov/DEEP-CCSMM
Chelsey Hahn - CT DEEP (she, her, hers)
02:23:18
Sherill.Baldwin@ct.gov
Lisa Marotta - Rocky Hill
02:23:53
yes!
Courtney Lindberg-Manchester
02:24:06
Yes on food scrap collection at schools!
Kim O'Rourke - Middletown
02:24:12
Yes too!
Russ Arnold Farmington
02:29:01
Thanks for presentations today. It has been quite informative Can you provide information as to the short term
Russ Arnold Farmington
02:29:42
Can you provide some information on the short term plan to handle the solid waste while the transition at MIRA takes place? Thank you.
Joseph Gresko
02:31:09
User fee!
Chris Nelson - DEEP
02:32:27
Please raise hand or type in Chat Box to pose a question
Rashi Akki Ag-Grid Energy
02:35:01
Do we have short-term and long-term goals for collection of organics. We need to understand the volumes of food waste that would be available to define our next set of projects.
Eric Marsh - Windsor Locks Refuse & Recycling Committee
02:35:02
Thank you!