Position title: Campus Resource Coordinator
Travis Blomberg (he/him/his) coordinates campus’ zero waste efforts. Specifically, Travis aligns sourcing/procurement practices, consumption behavior, and diversion opportunities for recoverable materials. Travis works closely with various stakeholders including, but not limited to, purchasing departments, Physical Plant, research offices, academic enterprise, Capital Planning & Development, business operations, facility and office managers, the UW System, students, student organizations, Wisconsin Union Directorate, University Athletics, University Housing, municipal governments, waste / recycling companies, suppliers, economic development councils, and community business partners.
Before joining the Office of Sustainability, Travis was the Executive Director of WasteCap Resource Solutions, an environmental nonprofit that provides waste reduction and recycling assistance to the benefit of business and the environment. Prior to that, Travis was a Sustainability Advisor for Transwestern, a commercial real estate firm, specializing in new construction LEED® certification projects and developing a water rating system for commercial buildings. Travis is an alumnus of the 2015 Environmental Defense Fund’s Climate Corps fellowship program.
Travis earned his M.S. and B.S. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison focusing on business, environment, and social responsibility. He holds several sustainability credentials including: TRUE Advisor, LEED® AP BD+C, LEED® AP ID+C, and Alliance for Water Stewardship Professional Consultant.