Kristin Kinder, VP of Research and Waste Stream Sustainability, Wastequip – Seattle, WA

Sometimes, it’s easier to go with the flow rather than stop and study why we do what we do. Join us and let’s travel back to the 1950’s for eye-opening highlights on the unintended consequences of liberation from the kitchen. The kitchen? Who knew that the complex world of ‘disposable materials’ is the garbage of an idea from a past time? Did you know that people used to think that ‘consumption’ was a “patriotic duty?”

Listen in as Kristin Kinder, VP of Research at Wastequip shares how yesterday’s innovations are impacting today’s world. With a spirit rare for Millennials, Kristin throws open the doors to fresh perspectives and fascinating data to the stale air of a tired issue. She passionately believes that our buying choices matter and shows us how we each can make a difference. Guaranteed, her ideas will inspire you to see your stuff in a new light. Will you be held hostage by a ‘tyranny of convenience?’ Listen to this episode and learn more through Kristin’s TEDx talk.

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