Breck names November new enviro dir. |

Breck names November new enviro dir.

Daily Staff Report
Vail CO, Colorad

BRECKENRIDGE, Colorado – Breckenridge Ski Resort today announced that Dave November will oversee all environmental programs and new initiatives for Breckenridge Ski Resort. November adds Breckenridge to his current role as the environmental coordinator for Keystone Resort.

In his new position, November is responsible for evaluating and consolidating all the current environmental efforts, all recycling programs and the development and implementation of new programs and initiatives.

This includes resort energy use, composting and more aggressive recycling. November will also be organizing an employee group to generate ideas and communicate the environmental message at the resort. As Keystone’s environmental coordinator, November was responsible for implementing several successful programs including the resort’s composting imitative.

November brings to Breckenridge an extensive background in environmental stewardship, developing baseline data on resort energy use, recycling and fuel to help determine environmental focuses for the company and building key partnerships to communicate environmental messages to both guests and employees. He worked with the United States Forest Service and Keystone Science School to create the “Mountain Naturalist Tour.”

This brochure is an important environmental educational piece for Keystone guests. November’s success in Keystone has been recognized by the National Ski Areas Association, with Keystone awarded the Silver Eagle Award for Excellence in Waste Reduction and Recycling in May 2004 and Vail Resorts receiving the award in May 2007. Keystone also has received the “Caring for the Land Stewardship Award” from the USFS Rocky Mountain Region in December 2005.

November graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics with a minor in environmental studies from Colby College in Waterville, ME. He will divide his time between Breckenridge and Keystone. In Breckenridge, he will report to directly to Rick Sramek, vice president of mountain operations.

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