Build Your Skills and KnowledgeThe Retail Compliance Center offers a variety of trainings, regional workshops, eLearnings and network events providing retail compliance professionals an understanding of environmental compliance topics through hands-on exercises and peer discussion. Find and register for upcoming and online training, and view materials from previously held trainings.
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Previous Webinars (Recordings)
Daniel Cronin from EPA and Brynn Albrecht from Best Buy discuss the US EPA’s new tool to quantify emissions from customer use of ENERGY STAR products.
Lynn. L. Bergeson from Bergeson & Campbell P.C. discusses what the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) is and why it matters to retailers.
Closed Loop Partners, an early champion of reuse models, shares the six key steps to implementing these models on the ground.
B&D PC provides an overview of the environmental justice landscape. BlocPower shares how to address environmental justice issues in their operations.
Based on the Upstream Innovation Guide recently launched by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, Josephine Christoffersen, Research Analyst, New Plastics Economy Initiative, covered what upstream innovation is and how it applies to three key circular economy strategies, focusing particularly on reuse. Also outlined were insights on the benefits and opportunities of upstream innovation, including how it can help inform retailer supplier engagement. Josephine showcased best practice examples of upstream innovations relevant to retailers and was joined by Walmart, Walgreens, and Ulta Beauty to highlight their recent reuse programs.
The NASRC provides an overview of recent changes to refrigerant regulations at the state level and progress with federal legislation.
Webinar with Walmart and Schneider Electric discussing a first-of-its-kind approach to supply chain engagement on renewables.
Pat Perry and John Storlie advise retailers on how to refocus on environmental compliance post-COVID 19
Beveridge & Diamond provide an update on rapidly evolving international plastics developments that influence legislation, regulations, and operations.
The Sustainability Consortium (TSC) and SupplyShift sharing their learnings during the pandemic and the links between supply chain transparency, sustainability, and resilience.
UL and Rite Aid discuss how and why retailers are responding to consumer demand for safer formulated products
Good360, Feeding America, and Goodwill discuss donation of excess inventory, the state of donation organizations and key donation info for retailers.
An RCC webinar discussing the MTS program and how they engage with retailers during MTS’ Who’s Minding the Store? Retailer Report Card development.
Speakers Pat Perry, John Storlie and Angela Levin covered EPA’s pandemic enforcement discretion policy and state responses, practical implications for retailers’ compliance programs, and approaches to avoiding compliance pitfalls.
Coverage of mandatory recycling legislation with examples of key states for retailers to look out for. Detailed Q&A with Marisa Adler from Resource Recycling Systems (RRS).
Tiffin Shewmake, Executive Director, Retail Compliance Center & VP, RILA, gives a walkthrough of key components of the RILA Retail Advisor.
In this webinar, Angela Levin, Partner at Troutmans Sanders, LLP, discusses California's complex environmental regulatory structure, with its multi-layered regulation by state and local agencies.
This webinar covers the what, why, and how of updating one's zero waste strategy through certifications and new technologies. Techniques both new and old are presented by Daniel Leskovec of Walgreens Boots Alliance, Stephanie Barger of TRUE Zero Waste, and Reece Hammer of Avangard Innovative.
In this webinar, Angela Levin, Partner at Troutman Sanders LLP, detailed the U.S. mandatory organics recycling requirements. The focus was on the California program, but also detailed developments in other states and local jurisdictions. Several organic waste challenges for retail were presented along with potential solutions and best practices.
Packaging EPR - State Passage and What’s Next
- By [Kaela Martins]
TSCA PIP (3:1) Rule: What Retailers Should Know
Environmental Justice and Retail
- By [Tiffin Shewmake]
Packaging Sustainability: Retail State of Play
- By [Katie Nicholos, Kaela Martins]
Organics Recycling with a Compost Pickup Service
- By [Tiffin Shewmake]
REBA Energy Commercial Real Estate Principles
- By [Kaela Martins]