SWANA CEU: 1
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Moderator: Tammy Hayes, SWANA Board Secretary and Principal at CDM Smith
From public health and environmental crises to economic and social tumult, we faced many adversities as a country in 2020. What is evident across all states and cities, is that our level of resilience is the key determining factor for how quickly we can adapt, overcome and thrive again.
Resiliency need not cost more money. On the contrary, local governments of all sizes are realizing the immediate value and cost savings of data-driven technologies and public-private partnerships. These efficient, effective and pro-active methods of solving everyday problems offer a distinct advantage during difficult times.
Exploring this topic through the lens of waste and recycling operations and city case studies, Elizabeth will explore the digital trends and technologies that are supporting essential services in times of crisis, improving efficiency, driving sustainability and enabling long term resiliency.