The Strategy Institute presents the “Waste Management Strategies, Innovations and Solutions Forum” on January 20 and 21, 2004, at the Board of Trade Country Club in Woodbridge, Ontario.
The forum aims to answer the following questions for waste managers and businesses:
With rising waste management costs and finite resources, how will your municipality respond to demand?
What emerging technologies are transforming waste management problems into competitive advantages?
What are the industry best practices and how can you apply them to your organization’s needs?
How can you control escalating waste management costs in your company?
How can you deal with the growing problem of discarded electronics technology?
How can you market your waste technologies to municipalities?
The experts and industry leaders who will present answers to these questions include:
Mary Setnicar, Chief, Pollution Prevention and Program Initiatives, Environmental Protection Agency (Chicago, IL);
Martin J. Bellew, Director, Waste Management, New York City;
Betty Disero, Boomer Consulting, Former Toronto City Councillor, Chair of WORKS, Chair of the TASK FORCE 2010;
Lawson Oates, Manager, Strategic Planning, Solid Waste Management Services, Works and Emergency Services, City of Toronto;
Jay Illingworth, Vice President, Electronic Product Stewardship Canada;
Harry Dahme, Partner, Environmental Group, Gowlings LLP; and,
John Jackson, President, Citizens’ Network on Waste Management.
Solid Waste & Recycling and affiliate publication EcoLog Weekly are exclusive media partners for this event.
To register, call 416-944-8833 (Quote 104001-E7) or visit www.StrategyInstitute.com
For information about conference sponsorship, contact Michael Osterman, Sponsorship Manager at 416-944-9200 ext. 292 or firstname.lastname@example.org