August 26, 2002

CALENDAR (August 26, 2002)

September 12-13: Integrated Solutions to Manure Management, sponsored by the Canadian Environment Industry Association (CEIA); to be held at the London Convention Centre, London, Ont. A follow-up workshop on anaerobic digestion systems will be offered on the 14th. Details from: Allan Hanna, ISMM conference co-ordinator, 613/236-6222, ext 3, FAX 613/235-6850, E-mail, Web site

September 19-20: Brownfield Development of Toronto's Waterfront, sponsored in part by Conestoga-Rovers & Associates and supported by about; to be held at the Hilton Toronto Hotel, Toronto. Sessions will examine the current status of Toronto's waterfront development and related environmental considerations, including liabilities and risk management. Details from: Strategy Institute, 416/944-8833, FAX 416/944-0403.

September 19-20: Composting Council of Canada's 12th Annual Conference, "Make Magic Happen-Compost;" to be held in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Details from: Susan Antler, 416/535-0240, E-mail

September 26: Plant Management Issues, a specialty seminar presented by the Water Environment Association of Ontario (WEAO); to be held at the Queen Elizabeth Building, CNE grounds, Toronto. Among the discussion topics: facility audits, certificates of approval, environmental management systems, environment and health and safety legislation and liability, and the potential impacts of the Walkerton Inquiry recommendations on wastewater facilities. Details from: Wes Trimble, CH2M Hill Canada, 416/499-0090, ext 263, E-mail, or Patricia Creary, WEAO, 905/725-1300, FAX 905/726-2300, E-mail

September 25-27: Recycling Council of Ontario 23rd Annual Conference and Exhibition; to be held in Belleville. Details from: RCO, 416/960-1025, ext 18, E-mail, Web site

October 2-4: Recycling Council of Alberta Fall Conference, to be held in Kananaskis. Details from: RCA, 403/843-6563, FAX 403/843-4156, E-mail

October 7-8: What's New in Environmental Law and Regulation in Alberta, sponsored by the Canadian Institute; to be held at the Metropolitan Centre, Calgary. Details from: Canadian Institute, 416/927-7936, FAX 416/927-1563, Web site

October 16-18: Toronto Hazmat Conference, sponsored by Hazardous Materials Management magazine; to be held in Toronto. Details from: Phil Redwood, 416/36-8350, E-mail, Web site,

October 16-18: Remediation Technologies Symposium, to be held at Banff, Alberta. Details from: RemTech, 780/429-6363, FAX 780/429-4249, Web site

October 17: Brownfields 2002, A National Perspective on Community Building and Redevelopment, the Canadian Urban Institute's 3rd Annual Brownfields Conference, sponsored in part by; to be held at the former Gooderham & Worts site, Toronto. Program features include the first public presentation of the National Roundtable on the Environment and the Economy's Brownfield Redevelopment Strategy, case studies in sustainability, and presentation of the Canadian Urban Institute's Brownie Awards, recognizing leadership and innovation in brownfields redevelopment. Details from: Todd Latham, 416/442-2185, or Glenn Miller, 416/365-0816, ext 284.

October 20-22: Economic and Environmental Implications of Sustainable North American Energy Policies, an Air & Waste Management Association conference co-sponsored in part by Environment Canada, AECL and Jacques Whitford Consulting Engineers; to be held at the Banff Park Lodge, Banff, Alberta. Details from: A&WMA, 412/232-3444, Web site

October 21-22: What's New in Environmental Law and Regulation in Ontario, sponsored by the Canadian Institute with support from Eco/Log and Hazardous Materials Management magazine; to be held at the Sutton Place Hotel, Toronto. An optional post-conference workshop on Underground and Above-Ground Storage Tanks-A Complete Guide to Compliance will be offered on October 23. Details from: Canadian Institute, 416/927-7936, FAX 416/927-1563, Web site

October 21-27: Waste Reduction Week in Canada, focusing primarily on consumption in all spheres of activity-work, home, travel, school, play, shopping and community. Potential waste reduction activities will be highlighted within each of these themes. More information is available on the Waste Reduction Week Web site,

October 23-25: Rubber Recycling 2002 Symposium, co-sponsored by the Rubber Association of Canada and Recyc-Quebec; to be held at the Delta Centre-Ville Hotel, Montreal. Details from: Rubber Association of Canada, 905/814-1714, FAX 905/814-1085, Web site, E-mail

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