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Eco Partners
Environmental education made easy. 
April 2014
About Us
Eco Partners helps you deliver local environmental educational information - cost-effectively and efficiently. We do all the heavy lifting and you get all the credit. 
Elizabeth Roe

Elizabeth Roe is the brains behind Eco Partners. With 25-plus years of teaching and professional environmental and conservation expertise, Elizabeth is a recognized environmental educator and communicator.


Gary Roe

Gary Roe has spent his career in public administration, communications, and marketing and provides day-to-day operational support for Eco Partners.


Julanne Sausser

Julanne Sausser is our Marketing Communications Manager. She has worked in and around recycling for many years, most recently with the Paper Retriever program.


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Are you ready for Earth Day next Tuesday?


Perhaps no one was ready for what occured on that first Earth Day. School children, college students, community leaders, public officials, and citizens mobilized a huge, grassroots effort. By April 22, 1970, 20 million Americans, or 10 percent of our nation's population in that year, took part!


This year and every year, Earth Day reminds us that there is still work to be done. The good news is that Earth Day is about individuals acting to make a difference.


We know you are working to make that difference in your community and to spread the word about best practices for recycling and waste reduction. Let us help you deliver your local environmental education information - cost-effectively and efficiently. We do all the heavy lifting and you get all the credit!


Elizabeth Roe 
President, Eco Partners

If you are working on your budget for next year and would like pricing information, please give me a call at 317-450-3346; I would love to talk to you about how we can help.  


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Happy Earth Day!


Elizabeth Roe 

Behind the Curtain:  
Meeting the people who make Eco Partners possible
We continue with our series to introduce the people "behind the curtain." These are the people who take the raw material -- the written text -- and make the newsletters happen. They lay out the newsletters, create the art, proofread the articles, translate for the foreign languages, fold the newsletters to your liking, and more. 

For Giovanni Conedera, working in the translation business seemed the natural path for him. The Translation Manager for Inline Translation Services, Conedera loves the work he does.


"I have always enjoyed the study of languages and I am happy to be able to work in this field," he said.


Inline Translation Services became a part of the Eco Partners' process in September 2011 after Elizabeth learned about the company through a client.


"We have a great deal of experience translating documents into various languages for Waste Management," Conedera said. "Working with Eco Partners seemed like a natural fit."


The Southern California resident spends his time outside of work with his friends and family, going with his wife on outings involving "good food and good company." While his experience with environmental education has mostly come from translating newsletters such as One Person's Trash, he has learned about just what happens to better the earth.


"There are a lot of great people like Elizabeth and the team at Eco Partners working hard to make a difference for our environment," he said. "I'm glad that I get to contribute to the cause."