Group 7 Created with Sketch.
Group 3 Copy Created with Sketch.
1.5 LU / 1.5 HSW

*This event is occurring as a live webinar. Registrants will be emailed a link to access the program.*

Recent events have led many New Yorkers to realize the value of public space and start reimagining city streets. As the Transportation Alternatives 25×25 Challenge states, “It is time to make a fundamental shift in what purposes our public space serves, and ensure that the New York City of the future is built for people, not cars.”

Today’s pedestrians navigate around piles of refuse and recycling that take up significant sidewalk space and attract rats. It is time to design better solutions for setting out waste for collection. This panel brings together a group of designers, waste advisors, and City officials for a conversation focused on solutions, including the City’s Clean Curbs pilot program.

Please see our form to submit questions for panelists, or register your interest in receiving any follow up information

Gregory Anderson,
Deputy Commissioner for Policy and External Affairs, NYC Department of Sanitation
Ed Janoff, Deputy Director/Chief of Staff, Union Square Partnership
Guido Hartray, AIA, Partner, Marvel Architects
Kate Mikuliak, Program Manager for Strategic Policy, NYC Department of Transportation
David Segall, Vice President, Policy and Municipalities, Recycle Track Systems
Peter Schon, IDSA, Center for Zero Waste Design
Marquise Stillwell, Founder & Principal, Openbox

Clare Miflin, AIA, 
Founder, Center for Zero Waste Design

Organized by
AIANY Committee on the Environment; AIANY Planning and Urban Design Committee
Group 6 Created with Sketch.


Our website has detected that you are using a browser that will prevent you from accessing certain features. An upgrade is recommended to experience. Use the links below to upgrade your exisiting browser.