Speaker | US Composting Council
Megan Lundequam is currently a Master of Environmental Management candidate at Duke University’s Nicholas School of the Environment, concentrating in Environmental Economics and Policy. After earning her undergraduate degrees in Environmental Science and Agricultural Education and Communication from the University of Florida, she began focusing on policy development and implementation, through coursework and her work with the US Composting Council and the EPA. She has been working in the Office of Air and Radiation of the EPA for almost a year now, focusing on reducing ozone precursor emissions from non-EGU sources. For the USCC, Megan has been working on updating the Model Compost Rules Template to assist states’ compost regulation implementation.
Session Code: 3B
Track: Advocacy and Policy
Session Name: State Action; Zoning Guidelines
Session Time: Tuesday, January 25, 4:15 PM to 5:45 PM
Presentation Title: New Zoning and Permit Guidelines from USCC
Presentation Description: coming soon