How to Improve Your Recycling Program

On Demand

This webinar is approved for 1 AIA Learning Unit (LU) for Continuing Education.







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Waste diversion can be a messy proposition, but strong programs start small and continuously raise the bar. This webinar focuses on strategies that will strengthen your waste management.


Learning Objectives
  • Review how to collect common waste materials
  • Identify opportunities to engage occupants
  • Discuss how to balance cost with recycling targets
  • Learn about diversion programs within King County facilities



Kinley Deller
Waste Reduction Specialist, King County GreenTools
King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks

Kinley Deller provides construction related waste reduction and recycling assistance to project managers, contractors, architects, and developers for the King County GreenTools program. Building on over 13 years of experience in the waste reduction field, Kinley is an expert in deconstruction techniques and practices and has been instrumental in promoting the concept of design for disassembly to maximize the potential for future building reuse.


Francine Fielding
Assistant Property Manager, King Street Center
Wright Runstad & Company

Francine Fielding is the Assistant Property Manager of King Street Center, located in Seattle, WA. As an employee of Wright Runstad & Company, Francine has managed King Street Center for 7 years. Francine is involved in all facets of managing the 328,000 square foot, Class A building including recycling, janitorial services, budgeting, tenant relations and LEED certification. Francine, originally from Toronto, Canada, lived in New York City before moving to Seattle. In addition to being a licensed real estate broker in Washington State, Francine is a graduate of the French Culinary Institute in New York.