Round Tables

Recycle Colorado uses round tables as a method to convene stakeholders on regional and topical issues for the purpose of advancing infrastructure, end markets and state and local policies in waste reduction, recovery and diversion. Round tables are the first step in exploring the establishment of councils and working groups that take on tangible, actionable and measurable projects over the course of a 12-month period. They consist of:

  • A two-hour discussion led by a Recycle Colorado facilitator
  • Participation of subject-matter experts to provide data, expertise and case studies
  • Attendees representing a systemic blend of interested stakeholders and sectors
  • Identify two to three major obstacles in advancing infrastructure, end markets or policy to promote a circular economy
  • Result in one task or project that can be accomplished in 12 months that will make a measureable impact.