Join us for a Webinar! 

Waste Not, Want Not: The Challenges and Opportunities for Reducing Utility Solar Project Waste

Thursday, March 24th, at 1 pm EST 

While solar production may be green, the average solar project produces tons of debris per MW installed. Not only does solar project waste fill local landfills, but it also misses opportunities for recycling, repurposing, better community relations, and job creation.

Join Inovateus Solar’s VP of Sustainability, Tyler Kanczuzewski, and Emilie O’Leary, CEO of Clean Green Solar, for an informative webinar on the best practices for reducing utility solar project construction waste while enhancing communities and the environment.

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What You'll Learn

  • Why solar construction waste is a growing challenge for solar developers and utility customers

  • How to create a practical zero-construction waste goal and program

  • How to identify the waste products that can be recycled, repurposed, reused, and sold to secondary markets

  • What type of vendors you’ll need for a program and how to save time and money with services that manage recycling and repurposing solar project waste

  • How solar waste recycling programs can build better community relationships with jobs and environmental stewardship
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About the Speakers 


Emilie Oxel O'Leary
Owner & CEO of Green Clean Solar

Emilie Oxel O’Leary is the Founder and CEO of Green Clean Solar with a strong passion and expertise in the solar industry. She has worked with many Fortune 500 companies across the nation such as Amazon, L’Oreal, Target, Perry Ellis, Blue Cross Blue Shield and continues to develop relationships with clients throughout the United States while making Green Clean Solar a leader in the industry. 


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Tyler Kanczuzewski
Vice President of Sustainability - Inovateus Solar

Tyler is the Vice President of Marketing and Sustainability, Board Member and an Investor of Inovateus Solar. He has an MBA from Grand Valley State University with an emphasis in sustainable enterprise and a B.A. from Holy Cross College in Notre Dame, IN. Tyler has also taken on a role as Sustainability Consultant for Logistick, a freight securement system manufacturer and supplier, and his goal is to help them implement sustainable practices into various business activities and operations.