Design Week – How Planet-Centric Designs Help Tackle Environmental Issues

Join the free panel discussion on How Planet-Centric Designs Help Tackle Environmental Issues, on Tuesday 23rd of March, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM, organised by General Assembly.

The panel discussion will feature UX designers, products designers and business executives looking to create and advocate for more environmentally conscious designs of products and services. Planet centric design is a methodology for designing products and services that do not harm the planet.

General Assembly is a pioneer in education and career transformation, specialising in today’s most in-demand skills. They offer training in tech, data, design, business and more. They also have a vast global network with over 30 campuses.

As a panellist, Remi will share his expertise in packaging design, waste management and resource use operations for commercial and industrial facilities in the panel discussion.

We are grateful to General Assembly for the invitation and looking forward to being part of the panel discussion.

If you would like to have Remi as a speaker in your events to raise awareness or educate about important topics in waste and resource management, and packaging design, please contact us at info@zerowastecity.com.

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About Zero Waste City

Zero Waste City is a consulting business specialised in waste reduction for commercial and industrial facilities. We help companies to save money by reducing waste and to achieve Zero Waste goals. Our services include:

Our services include:

  • Waste audit (quantifying waste streams and identifying immediate cost saving opportunities)
  • Compliance with regulations such as:
    • Mandatory Packaging Reporting
    • Mandatory Waste Reporting
    • Mandatory Food Waste Segregation
  • Project implementation and on-going support
  • Measurement and Verification of savings
  • Guidance to achieve Zero Waste goals and certifications.