New officer slate named for Réseau environnement
MONTREAL, QUE-At the conclusion of the Americana 2005 Conference and Trade Show in Montreal earlier this month, Quebec's Environment Network (Réseau environnement) confirmed the appointment of Jean-Noel Sergerie as the organization's new president. Luc Aubertin, of the BPR Group, was elected vice-president, with the following elected as sectoral vice-presidents: Guy Drouin, of Biothermica Technologies (air and climate change); Marc-André Desjardins, of Axor Consultants (water); Denis Boivin, of Solmers (residual materials); and Daniel Morin, of DDH Environment (soils and groundwater). The past-president is Louise Lavoie, of the city of Laval. The non-profit Environment Network, created from the merger of two professional associations, has some 1,900 members, including more than 400 companies and nearly 250 municipalities, along with other governmental agencies, all engaged in activities relating to air, soil and water quality, climate change, groundwater and waste management. As part of its sustainable development mandate, Réseau environnement has been the lead initiator and organizer for Americana. More information is available from Josée Méthot, general manager, at 514/270-7110, ext 225, Web site www.reseau-environnement.com.