What are plastic credits ?


Can “Plastic Credits” be used to build waste management infrastructure in developing countries, address humanitarian and social needs, and reduce plastic waste? 

Can they be a tool for “greenwashing”?  What exactly are they, and how do they work?


These questions will be addressed by two special guest speakers from ClimeCo at the next Plastic Solutions Task Force meeting to be held via Zoom at two different times on Monday, January 10, 2022, at 9 am and 6 pm Pacific Time (Seattle/LA Time)


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William Flederbach
William Flederbach
President and CEO, ClimeCo

Prior to founding ClimeCo, Bill worked in the international carbon markets, holding senior management positions at MGM International and AgCert. Before that, he founded and led the air quality management practice for OBG, a private engineering consulting firm.

Bill holds a Bachelor of Science in meteorology from the Pennsylvania State University and an executive Master of Business Administration in finance and marketing from the Smeal College at the Pennsylvania State University.

Bill enjoys the outdoors and frequently is found hiking with his wife and dogs, snow shoeing, cross country and downhill skiing, golfing, boating and motorcycle riding. He loves his international family of Rotary Exchange kids, including his “kids” from France, Turkey, Germany and Slovakia, to name a few!

Chris Parker
Director, Plastic Programs ClimeCo

Chris leads ClimeCo’s plastic market program, which partners with projects worldwide to recover and recycle plastic waste. This program expands financing mechanisms to scale the transition to a closed-loop economy while providing companies with ESG & CSR solutions that support ecosystem restoration. 

Before joining ClimeCo, Chris consulted and led projects in both the corporate and environmental non-profit sectors to create business solutions for a sustainable economy. He joined ClimeCo in 2021 with 20+ years of experience in energy and commodity markets, sustainability, conservation, and ESG.

Chris holds a Bachelor of Science in Corporate Finance & Investment Management from the University of Alabama.  He lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, with his wife, two daughters, and two rescue dogs. He practices Kendo and looks forward to free time spent surfing, climbing, fishing, and playing chess.

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