Dan Broersma is a sustainable professional working for Herman Millers environmental team for the past 16 years. Dan is also the founder of the non-profit GreenMichigan.org which helps the community become more sustainable through tangible projects and knowledge sharing. He has many successful projects within Herman Miller. At Herman Miller leads the efforts in end of life product recycling creating a way to recycle all office furniture for no more than the cost of landfill and has a social story for their customers. He is also the Lead for Herman Millers Supplier sustainability program which helps their suppliers become more sustainable through projects, web data collection and knowledge sharing.
Dan has helped the community through many projects including a wetland restoration project at Ridge Point Church in Holland. This project turned a 165 acre piece of property from farmland back into wetland and created a 1.5 mile long trail which the local schools (Hope College, Holland and Zeeland High School) use for their home cross country course. He has helped local schools , organizations, and businesses become more sustainable by helping them set up processes and materials for better recycling and sustainable practices by adding NO addition costs. Currently he is working on GreenMichigan.org web site creating a place for environmental solutions and resources at no cost for our community’s.
Dan Broersma lives in Holland Michigan and is passionate about his faith, community, and sustainability.
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