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ISWA World Congress & SWANA WASTECON

Posted January 31, 2017 by


The World Congress is the biggest annual event organized by the International Solid Waste Association (ISWA). WASTECON®, SWANA’s premier solid waste focused conference in North America, brings you everything from the latest solutions and best practices to education, advancements and products that help industry professionals working to manage solid waste as a resource, achieve success within their businesses and communities.

For the first time in almost 20 years, WASTECON® co-locates with ISWA’s World Congress in 2017, to offer two exciting international events in one location, September 25–27, in Baltimore, Maryland.

Join us for this historic & conveniently-located solid waste industry event—Hurry, Register NOW. “There’s No Time to Waste!”

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What to Expect?

The ISWA World Congress and WASTECON® maintains the standard of excellence you’ve come to expect from SWANA by offering opportunities to see what’s new in collection, processing, marketing and management of compost, recyclables and solid waste. Join thousands of industry professionals from throughout the world for technical sessions, facility tours, exhibits and networking opportunities. Explore a variety of new topics and expand your knowledge of what’s happening in solid waste management.

Topics Include:

  • Climate Change
  • Resource Management
  • Smart Technologies & Innovations
  • Circular Economy
  • The Roadmap for Closing Dumpsites
  • Energy Recovery
  • And many more!

Help Grow the Industry!

Bring Young Professional (YP) colleagues along to experience all the networking that two important events provide and help build the next generation of our profession. There will be special pricing for YP participants, defined as someone under the age of 35.

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MASSRECYCLE’s 2017 R3 Conference

Posted January 30, 2017 by

3C’s at R3 – Collaboration, Communication, & Challenges

March 27th, 2017

Sheraton Framingham
1657 Worcester Road
Framingham, MA 01701

MASSRECYCLE is pleased to offer the R3 Recycling & Organics Conference & Trade Show. The R3 Conference is the biggest annual recycling and organics conference in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and one of the biggest state conferences in the nation. At R3, MASSRECYCLE fosters discussion on issues that affect recycling, reuse and waste reduction and provides a venue to convene individuals from all sectors.

Be a part of the conversation!

  • Network with up to 400 participants and 70 exhibitors
  • Connect with municipal and corporate decision-makers
  • Participate in over 20 educational workshops

R3 is growing in 2017!

  • Co-locating with SNE SWANA Conference
  • More central location to facilitate state-wide participants
  • Massachusetts Product Stewardship driven track
Find Out More & Register
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Presentation Added: Annual Construction & Demolition Materials Management Summit

Posted January 26, 2017 by

The available presentations from the EBC Eleventh Annual Construction and Demolition Materials Management Summit completed on January 26, 2017, can be viewed below. Presentations are not available for download.

Final Agenda – EBC Eleventh Annual Construction and Demolition Materials Management Regional Summit

To view, simply scroll through the embedded PDF below.

01-26-17 MASTER Eleventh Annual Construction and Demolition Materials Management Regional Summit by ebcne on Scribd

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Adams Elected to Sanborn Head’s Board of Directors

Posted January 17, 2017 by

Concord, NH (January, 17, 2017) — Sanborn, Head & Associates, Inc. (Sanborn Head) is pleased to announce that Senior Vice President Dave Adams, P.E. has been elected to the firm’s Board of Directors.  Dave will be occupying a vacancy left by Executive Vice President Matt Poirier, P.E. whose term expired at the end of December.

Dave’s new role was effective January 1 and he is looking forward to working with the Board in finding ways to advance the company.  “It’s a true honor,” said Dave.  “I’m excited to be part of the Board responsible for directing Sanborn Head’s future.”

Under Dave’s leadership, Sanborn Head’s solid waste client service area has experienced significant growth in business over the past 10 years.  He is an expert in providing landfill and air quality engineering services for industrial and municipal clients.  Dave is also actively involved with several industry organizations and works with key members of the solid waste community.

“Dave maintains a strong external focus and possesses excellent business development acumen,” noted President and Chief Operating Officer Barret Cole, P. G.  “He will be an excellent addition to the Board.”

Sanborn Head is a technical consulting firm serving a broad array of private and public sector clients in the industrial, solid waste, development, and energy markets.  Our team of engineers, scientists, and technicians provide due diligence, site characterization, risk assessment, design, remediation, permitting, compliance and construction observation services to meet our clients’ needs in an ever-changing regulatory, social and economic climate.

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CONTACT:
Maureen Duffy
Marketing Coordinator, Sanborn Head
(603) 229-1900 | mduffy@sanbornhead.com

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Presentation Added: Contaminated Property Buying/Selling Strategies – Program Series – Part One – Transaction, Funding Aids, and Project Set-up

Posted January 17, 2017 by

The available presentations from the EBC Site Remediation and Redevelopment Program Series: Contaminated Property Buying/Selling Strategies – Part One – Transaction, Funding Aids, and Project Set-up completed on January 17, 2017, can be viewed below. Presentations are not available for download.

Final Agenda – EBC Site Remediation Program Series – Contaminated Property Buying and Selling Strategies – Part One – Transaction Funding Aids and Project Setup

To view, simply scroll through the embedded PDF below.

01-17-17 MASTER EBC Site Remediation Program Series – Contaminated Property Buying and Selling Strategies -… by ebcne on Scribd

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