Author Archives: Joel Kreisberg

2014 Upheld in Federal Court Safe Drug Disposal Begins in California

A federal appeals court rejected a challenge Tuesday by the pharmaceutical industry to an Alameda County ordinance, the first in the nation to require drug manufacturers to pay disposal costs for consumers’ unused medications. Read Full Article

10679818_633008570151242_1288944823372099024_oIn 2009 just 473 pounds were reported from one site. By 2013, the most recent year accounted for, 13,919 pounds were collected and disposed, with an average of 449 pounds per site.

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2013- The Grandchildren Are Part of Our Team

Gonzalez-KreisbergWhere are they now?  (Left to Right)

Rebecca Gonzalez-Kreisberg is living and working in NYC. She is a marketing assistant at           Zubatkin Owner Representation, LLC.

Jeremiah Kreisberg is currently a senior at Yale University. He is majoring in Environmental Studies with a concentration in energy and climate. Jeremiah is also a three year starter on the Yale Men’s Varsity Basketball Team. He spent this past summer working in investment banking at Barclays in New York, and the previous two playing with the U20 Israel National Basketball Team. Continue reading

2011- H.E.A.R.T Training Medical Students For A Sustainable Future!

We are pleased to continue our support of HEART- Humanistic Elective in Activism, Reflective Transformation, and Integrative Medicine (HEART-IM), a program of the American Medical Students Association. HEART-IM is a 4th year clerkship accredited by the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health that will provide twenty-five (25) 4th year medical students demonstrating an aptitude and interest in integrative medicine, social justice and activism, intentional community building, humanism, and/or personal growth a unique and wonderful way to conclude their medical school career and prepare for residency. Continue reading