Project Manager, Sustainable Packaging Coalition
Adam Gendell is a Project Manager with the Sustainable Packaging Coalition and has been with GreenBlue since early 2010. His work is primarily focused on generating awareness of sustainability considerations within the packaging community and he has special expertise on end-of-life considerations for packaging. Adam most recently researched and authored the Sustainable Packaging Coalition’s report entitled Assessing the Greenhouse Gas Impacts of Biodegradation in Landfills. He is also responsible for developing and delivering the SPC’s domestic and international sustainable packaging education courses and various other tasks for the SPC, as well as performing lead research for many Advisory Services projects. Prior to joining GreenBlue, Adam worked with a consulting firm specializing in water resources management within the Rocky Mountain region. In addition, Adam has a strong academic background that encompasses physical and aquatic chemistry, materials science, toxicology and risk assessment, and hydrologic and environmental systems management. Adam holds a BS in Physics from James Madison University, and has completed coursework for an MS in Geophysics from the Colorado School of Mines. Outside of GreenBlue, Adam enjoys traveling, reading, jazz, bluegrass, wine, and the Washington Redskins.
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- Five Myths about Biodegradability
- Closing the Loop on Non-renewable Materials
- Is Packaging-Free the Way to Be?