Meet the Waste Watchers
Scroll below to see quick profiles of many of the influential consumers who publish blog posts on WeHateToWaste.com
Want to join the ranks? Simply share your ideas about new ways that we all can prevent waste, conserve natural resources, and get the most from the products we buy at home and at work. Narrative posts, videos, images and poems — all are welcome.
You can submit a one-time post, or become an ‘Official Waste Watcher’ when you choose to use WeHatetoWaste.com as your exclusive blogging platform. Link HERE or on the icon (right) to learn more.
Her work on food waste has been featured by CNN, CNBC, The New York Times, NPR, and many other outlets. In addition to working on reducing the amount of wasted food, Dana works on improving food sourcing of individual companies and as part of the Steering Committee for the Stewardship Index for Specialty Crops and a participant in the Sustainability Consortium. She holds a B.S. and M.S. in Earth Systems from Stanford University. READ HER POST.
Adam Johnson is the Chief Executive Officer of the Western Metropolitan Regional Council (WMRC) in Perth, Western Australia. They recover recyclables from mixed municipal waste, and converts the remainder in biogas to generate electricity and compost. READ HIS POST.
After earning her bachelor’s degree in Environmental Sciences and Engineering from Harvard University, Meredith worked as an elementary school teacher in rural Arkansas through Teach for America before joining an environmental remediation company in Connecticut as a project engineer.
She currently lives in Brooklyn and works at the WeWork co-working space at Fulton Station as an innovations analyst and strategist for dMASS Inc., a company that tracks innovations in science, technology and business that deliver more value using fewer resources, and connects innovators and seekers of innovation with strategic opportunities. During the summer of 2013, she worked as an intern with the New York City Department of Sanitation’s Bureau of Waste Prevention, Reuse and Recycling, where she helped develop the City’s residential organics collection program.READ HER POST.