In the News
Jacquie Ottman is interviewed by Angela Barbuti on why and how she helps to promote coumptiopn culture change in NYC through the prism of Zero Waste and Reuse.
Jacquelyn Ottman argues that a proposed 10 cent fee on plastic shopping bags will reduce pollution and compel consumers to reduce waste.
Note: The proposed fee was since reduced to five cents.
Using NYC as a lens, Cole Rosengren uses expert insight from Jacquelyn Ottman and others to look at how recycling and reuse programs can be refreshed to reduce waste.
Our Town NY / The West Side Spirit - 02/03/16
Angela Barbuti interviews green marketing consultant and waste watcher Jacquelyn Ottman about her background and her perspective on New York City's Zero Waste plan
CityLimits.org - 02/09/2016
Jacquie Ottman and coauthor Maggie Clark proide New Yorkers with a comprehensive list of tips for reaching toward zero waste in 2016
CityLimits.org - January 12, 2016
Jacquie Ottman weighs in on how to attack #FoodWaste in #NYC. The numbers are staggering!
Sustainable Brands - July 24, 2014
Just realized we hadn't published this article before. A great recap of why Jacquie Ottman and the rest of us at J. Ottman Consulting are devoting the NEXT 25 years to helping consumers live waste-free lifestyles. An inspiring read!
CityLimits.org, May 22, 2015
Jacquie Ottman interviewed in this excellent article by Cole Rosengren for CityLimits.org discussing expert opinions on how NYC will meet recently announced aggressive goals for reducing waste.
Inc. Magazine, Sept 22, 2014
Jacquie Ottman weighs in on a discussion with Jeremy Quittner about FreshDirect's (a local NYC food purveyor) greenwashing issues with its new Bronx community.
Sustainable Brands '14
Link here to see Jacquie Ottman give a ten minute presentation at the Sustainable Brands '14 conference about our WeHateToWaste.com global community and how we are using it as a strategic resource for our clients.