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Abby represents the Georgia Chapter of the Solid Waste Association of North America on the organization's international Board. She served as the first President of the Georgia Recycling Coalition where she remains an Honorary Board Member.
We assess current and potential strategies, programs and facilities, drawing on decades of experience from across the country to recommend ways to attain client goals.
We help put the plan into action - developing policy, identifying funding sources, procuring services and facilities, and garnering support from elected officials and the public.
A Goldsmith Resources works with clients to set measurable goals for solid waste reduction and management and to formulate a detailed plan to achieve them.
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guiding sustainable materials management
Kevin Barkley, past President of the Georgia Recycling Coalition, recognizes Abby Goldsmith as the first inductee into the Georgia Recycling Coalition Hall of Fame.
is the Principal and Owner of A. Goldsmith Resources. She has worked with state and local governments for over 25 years to maximize the recovery of resources from what otherwise would be waste and to manage what remains in an environmentally and fiscally sound manner.
Abby Goldsmith will be speaking about sustainable funding options for waste reduction and recycling at the Georgia Recycling Coalition's 27th annual conference at the St. Simon's Island on September 17th.
The Georgia Chapter of the Solid Waste Association of North America will host its 2018 Fall Conference from November 12-14, 2018 in the beautiful Georgia mountains at Brasstown Valley Resort. Go to www.gaswana.org/conferences for more information.
Despite the weakening of solid waste planning requirements in Georgia, proactive local governments continue to update their solid waste and material management plans as their current plans expire. Many of them seek the assistance of A. Goldsmith Resources. Georgia communities as diverse as Fulton County, Macon-Bibb County, Camden County, and the cities of Kingsland, St. Marys, and Woodbine have updated their goals and strategies for reducing and managing solid waste and identified the programs, policies, facilities, and resources needed to achieve them. The biggest benefit of the planning process? Since elected officials adopt the final plan, they take the opportunity to review, provide input and ultimately support the activities once the plan is adopted.
A Goldsmith Resources monitors progress toward goals and measures environmental and financial performance over time and against selected benchmarks.