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Extending the Life of Your Landfill: A Conversation with Recycling Stakeholders

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Colleen Yates
Saskatchewan Field Coordinator @Productcare Recycling
Colleen is a professional community planner with over 27 years of experience in both the public and private sector. She is the Saskatchewan Field Coordinator for Product Care, a federal not-for-profit organization that manages every aspect of Extended Producer Responsibility requirements in nine provinces on behalf of its members. In Saskatchewan, Product Care manages waste paint and is in the process of submitting a plan to the provincial government to manage household hazardous waste under the new HHW regulations. Colleen also operates Equinox3 Consulting, where she provides professional community and environmental planning services to municipalities, land developers, First Nation communities and NGOs. She is past director of the Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce and Roadmap Saskatoon and is currently on the board of directors for WESK, as well as an active member of various professional and industry associations.
Tammy Shields
Western Region Program Coordinator @Cleanfarms
Tammy has been with Cleanfarms for over 2 years as the Western Regional Coordinator, based out of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. She is a Professional Agrologist for 12 years delivering Stewardship programs with agriculture producers. Tammy has been involved with recycling agricultural plastics since the first pilot in Saskatchewan, in 2010. As Western Coordinator, she is excited to see the programs for agricultural plastics recycling develop across the prairies and seek new opportunities for Cleanfarms to provide solutions that directly benefit producers and the environment.
Gayleen Creelman
Program Director, Saskatchewan @EPRA
CITT Certified Logistics and Distribution Management Professional since 1996. Married with one daughter who is heading to university in the fall. I enjoy travelling and researching family history (and golfing when I can get the chance). My work experience centers around the movement of goods, whether that be from a pharmaceutical warehouse to pharmacies in Saskatchewan; to shipping potash by rail and vessel to international markets; to managing the movement of agricultural products by truck, rail, and vessel from producers (farmers) in Western Canada to users in Canada, US, and around the world; and , most recently, ensuring that materials in the electronics that we use in our everyday life are not sent to landfills or illegally exported from Canada, but are properly and safely recycled and returned to the manufacturing supply chain to make new items.