Event Details

ISRI’s Reasonable Care Compliance Program: An Intro to SREA & Its Connection to the Industry’s Biggest Challenges

Wednesday, January 25, 2023 | 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. ET

This webinar is open to ISRI members only at no charge.
Description

Presented by ISRI’s SREA program leadership, in collaboration with the Women in Recycling and Young Executive Councils, this webinar serves as an introduction to the SREA Reasonable Care Compliance Program, which assists recyclers with the defense of a Superfund Liability claim. Program participation gives you a competitive advantage over other processors and brokers and saves both time and money!

This session will provide an overview of the program, SREA Law, and the intersection of SREA and relevant topics such as environmental justice and VOC emissions. The SREA subcommittee is looking to increase engagement and build its volunteer leadership pipeline. If you’re interested in learning more, join us.

Attendees will:
  • Learn about ISRI’s SREA program and its member benefits.
  • Learn about an important exemption from superfund liability available to recyclers who meet certain requirements.
  • Learn about the intersections of SREA with relevant environmental topics affecting members today.
  • Hear about leadership opportunities within ISRI’s SREA Subcommittee.
Who Should Attend

ISRI members whose areas of interest include environmental law/compliance; program/process management; leadership development; industry education; and/or ISRI volunteerism/governance. You will benefit if you work for a processor or broker; and/or hold a position that could identify you as a “potentially responsible party” (see PRP definition); have an interest in volunteering or learning about this important program member benefit. Members from all roles within their companies are welcome.

Speakers
economic impact
Sean Daoud, Vice President & Treasurer/Co-Owner, PNW Metal Recycling, Inc.

Sean Daoud is a second-generation metal recycler and Vice President & Treasurer/Co-Owner of PNW Metal Recycling, Inc. The company has five locations in Oregon and three locations in Washington. PNW Metal Recycling handles both ferrous and nonferrous metals with the main locations having a bulk loading, shredding, metal sortation downstream, and wire chopper operations.

economic impact
Brandi Harleaux, Chief Executive Officer, South Post Oak Recycling Center

Brandi Harleaux is an award-winning CEO, notable keynote speaker, mentor, and world changer, impacting people and the planet with extraordinary fortitude. With over 25 years of entrepreneurial experience, she is the CEO and second-generation owner of South Post Oak Recycling Center (SPORC), in Houston, Texas.

Harleaux educates global audiences on core topics including STEM-based learning through a recycling lens, innovation through engaged leadership, resilience, women empowerment, and marketplace diversity. She is the recipient of the 2021 Houston International Trade Development Global Seven “International Rising Star” Award, 2020 ISRI Young Executive of the Year Award, and 2018 Greater Houston Black Chamber Pinnacle Award. She holds a B.S. in Psychology and Business Administration from the University of Houston, a M.S. in Industrial Organizational Psychology from California State University, and an MBA from Pepperdine University. She also holds certificates in Leadership and Family Transitions from UCLA.

Harleaux is the Chair of the City of Houston Office of Business Opportunity (OBO) Advisory Board, Executive Committee Board Member & Director-at-Large for ISRI, Board Member for the Recycling Council of Texas, Advisory Board Member for LiftFund, Equity Chair Holder Board Member for Awareable Technologies, INC., and International Committee Member for the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo.



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