The Chartwell Solid Waste Group will be hosting a Solid Waste Industry Summit from February 6 to 9, 2006 in Tampa, Florida.
For the last thirty years, the waste management sector has seen its markets segmented by a combination of customer needs and regulatory requirements. This segmentation represents a challenge to waste management firms who have seen their manufacturing customers pursue single-source contracts for all of their waste management needs. Further, concerns about the potential for environmental harm from commercial and household products is causing more and more of those wastes to be directed toward disposal options other than municipal solid waste facilities.
The bottom line is, now more than ever there is a need for waste management firms to develop and maintain the business relationships that can provide the overall range of waste management options needed by their customers. Consequently, the issues that each segment of the waste service sector faces are of increasing relevance to the other segments that depend on its services. There are, of course, some strategic issues like the cost of energy and fuel that have all sectors have in common, considering both current and future concerns.
The Chartwell Solid Waste Industry Summit is an opportunity to meet with executives from other segments of the waste industry to develop strategic alliances for the future. It is also an opportunity to mutually explore the common strategic issues that the segments currently face.
For more information on the Summit, go to www.wasteinfo.com/summit.htm or contact Mr. Cary Perket, president of the Envirobiz Group, Inc. at t email@example.com.