Socket, Nashville's Sustainability Outlet

  • July 14, 2021
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Webinar

Did you know that within the Metro Nashville's Department of General Services there’s an entire division focused on implementing sustainable practices throughout the department’s programs, projects, and operations with the goal to reduce energy, waste, and greenhouse gas emissions?

Well, there is! Socket, Nashville’s Sustainability Outlet, works to educate Metro employees and the citizens of Nashville about sustainability achievements and how to work and live sustainably in eight core areas: water, waste, mobility, wellness, food, greenspace, design/ build, and energy. Tune in to learn more about the great work taking place right now and what the future holds for the city.


Join Metro's Solid Waste Division and Urban Green Lab twice a month for “Sustainable in the City: Thinking Upstream”, an educational series focused on how Nashvillians can better reduce, reuse, and recycle, and live more sustainably.

Hosted by Metro Nashville's Waste Reduction Program Manager Jenn Harrman and Urban Green Lab’s Sustainability Education Manager Patrick King, "Sustainable in the City: Thinking Upstream" features interviews, webinars, and panel discussions with Nashville’s top experts in all areas of waste and sustainability.

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