David is the Sustainability Maven at Eco-Products, PBC, where he ensures that sustainability is woven throughout the business. David previously worked as the East Boulder County Campaigns coordinator at Eco-Cycle and with the Cities of Longmont and Lafayette on education for their newly established residential composting programs. He has been involved in various capacities with Recycle Colorado and is also involved nationally with the US Composting Council, the Biodegradable Products Institute, the Foodservice Packaging Institute, and the Sustainable Packaging Coalition. David has been in the Zero Waste industry since graduating from the University of Colorado in 2012, and received his Master’s degree in Public Policy from the University of Denver in 2017.
Peyton Heitzman is currently a Planner for the Town of Eagle, working on short and long-range planning for the small mountain community. Long range planning efforts include an update to the town’s Comprehensive Plan and Land Use Code that are strengthening the town’s environmental initiatives and policies relating to water conservation, preservation of wildlife habitat and sensitive lands, and other sustainability-oriented planning. Peyton recently completed her MA in Politics and Public Policy from the University of Colorado, Denver.
Wolf is the Materials Management Unit Leader at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. He has over ten years of experience in the field of sustainable materials management with an emphasis on waste diversion data analysis, regulatory guidance, and technical assistance for recycling operations. Wolf served as the Region 8 representative on the Association of State and Territorial Solid Waste Management Officials Sustainable Materials Management taskforce and currently serves on the Colorado Pollution Prevention Advisory Board Assistance Committee. Wolf holds a degree in Geography and Environmental Studies from the University of Hawaii.
Amy Randell is the Associate Executive Director of Recycle Colorado, the statewide non-profit organization that works on projects and policy related to infrastructure and end markets for material recovery, reuse and manufacturing. Amy has been with Recycle Colorado for 15 years, and was present when the legislation establishing the RREO program was signed into law, the FWRD program was adopted and implemented, and most recently saw the Incentivize Development Recycling End Markets bill signed by the governor. Her experience with operating Boards and regional programs add to her recycling industry experience. Amy has a Bachelor's degree in Rangeland Ecology from Colorado State University.