Kirstie Pecci, Esq. is the director of the Zero Waste Project and a Senior Fellow at Conservation Law Foundation. Kirstie is a former MASSPIRG Staff Attorney who is actively engaged in waste reduction and opposing the expansion of landfill and incinerator capacity. Kirstie is a leader in the statewide grassroots coalition Don’t Waste Massachusetts, which supports zero waste solutions such as reuse, recycling, redesign and composting/anaerobic digestion. She also founded the central Massachusetts group Residents for Alternative Trash Solutions to oppose a local landfill expansion and promote zero waste principles. Kirstie started her legal career as an associate in Nixon Peabody’s Real Estate/Environmental Practice Group. A graduate of Harvard University and Boston College Law School, she lives in Sturbridge, Massachusetts.