Tim Oey runs ZeroW.org to help people learn how to tread more lightly on our earth and pursue Zero Waste – saving our environment, oceans, climate, money, and lives by reducing, reusing, and as a last resort recycling. His household of 4 humans and 3 dogs is down to about a quart of trash a month. Tim is a life member of the Adventure Cycling Association, League of American Bicyclists, and Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition. He serves on the Sunnyvale Bicycle and Pedestrian Commission and Caltrans District 4 Bicycle Committee and is president of the Friends of Stevens Creek Trail. He is a certified League Cycling Instructor who loves to teach people how to bicycle and do so safely. While Tim has a degree in Chemistry from Harvard and worked in the Harvard Bio Labs, the core of his career was 33 years building new products and information systems at Harvard, Bank of Boston, Fidelity Investments, Apple, Sun, Adobe, and Silver Spring Networks.  At the end of 2016, he left high tech to bring his systems analysis and program management expertise to public service and nonprofit environmental projects. Tim just finished a 5,000-mile self-supported Climate Ride from sea to shining sea from San Francisco to Boston during which he did 254 talks about Oceans, Plastic, and Climate Change.