The Compost Council of Canada is gearing up for Feed the Soil, the council’s 23rd annual National Compost Conference.
The September 11–13, 2013 Toronto, Ontario conference offers best-of-the-best knowledge and experience based in organics recycling and compost usage.
“Be immersed with learning, networks and opportunities to move your own success and organics recycling initiatives forward,” says a statement from the Compost Council of Canada.
Tour top waste management facilities like Region of Peel Integrated Waste Management Facility, Dufferin Organics Processing Facility (Anaerobic Digestion), Exhibition Place, Miller Compost (Pickering).
There are also a series of bonus tours set for Tuesday September 10, 2013, including Walker Environmental Group, Central Composting Facility in Hamilton, and the Guelph Organics Waste Processing Facility.
Conference subjects span a wide range of composting components, from legislation and regulations, to technology, safety and partnerships.
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“While there is uniqueness in every program and regional opportunity, there are common themes and issues in our industry: feedstocks, collection, processing, operational efficiencies, markets and regulations,” says the Compost Council of Canada.
The 23rd Annual National Compost Conference will be held in Toronto, Ontario, September 11-13, 2013 at the Eaton Chelsea hotel. An extra day of tours has been added to the agenda on Tuesday, September 10 along with two optional courses: Odour Management 101 and a mini Compost Facility Operator Course.
Full registration details may be found by visiting www.compost.org or bycalling the 1-877-571-GROW(4769) or 416-535-0240.
The facilities that will part of the 2 days of tours include:
i. Tuesday September 10
- Walker Environmental Group Compost Facility, Thorold
- Central Composting Facility, City of Hamilton
- Organics Waste Processing Facility, City of Guelph
- Harvest Power, London
ii. Wednesday September 11
- Integrated Waste Management Facility, Region of Peel
- Dufferin Organics Processing Facility, City of Toronto
- Organics Collection Program & Sustainability Initiatives, Exhibition Place, Toronto
- Miller Compost, Pickering
Read a recent blog from Susan Antler, Executive Director of The Compost Council of Canada.