Calendar (December 05, 2005)
January 23-25: Canadian Clean Air Policy Conference, presented by the Air and Waste Management Association; to be held at the Sheraton Ottawa Hotel, Ottawa. Sessions will focus on policy, fiscal and regulatory initiatives to improve air quality; international and cross-border co-operative clean air efforts; and innovations in clean air processes, products and technologies. Details from: AWMA, 412/232-3444, Web site www.awma.org.
January 26-27: ECO Canada Conference 2006, designed to help environmental professionals create teams to take advantage of emerging business opportunities in reclamation, remediation, energy and climate change; to be held at the Doubletree International Plaza Hotel, Toronto. ECO (Environmental Careers Organization) Canada was previously known as CCHREI, the Canadian Council for Human Resources in the Environment Industry. Presentations will outline the new business opportunities, discuss strategies for accessing work in these areas, and provide case studies and best practice advice. Details from: ECO Canada, 403/233-0748, Web site www.eco.ca.
February 20-24: U.S. EPA SWMM and PCSWMM stormwater modeling workshops, followed by the 39th International Conference on Stormwater and Urban Water Systems Modeling, both to be held in Toronto. The workshops will take place February 20 through 22, with the conference on the 23rd and 24th. Abstracts for the conference will be accepted until January 30, 2006. Conference sponsors include the ASCE Urban Water Resources Research Council, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Ontario Ministry of Environment. The workshops are sponsored by Computational Hydraulics International (CHI), in Guelph, Ont. Inquiries about abstract submissions, along with requests to display materials or for other information should be directed to Bill James at CHI, 519/767-0197, FAX 519/489-0695, E-mail email@example.com.
March 29-31: Globe 2006 9th biennial Conference and Trade Fair on Business and the Environment, to be held at the Vancouver Convention and Exhibition Centre, Vancouver. More than 200 international speakers have been lined up for the event, whose main themes include: Corporate Sustainability; Energy and Environment; Building Better Cities; and Global Environmental Markets and Financing. Details are available on the Globe Web site, www.globe2006.com.
April 9-11: Water Environment Association of Ontario (WEAO) 2006 Annual Technical Symposium, to be held at the Doubletree International Plaza Hotel, Toronto. The program will feature the latest developments in watershed management, preliminary and primary treatment, biological treatment, advanced treatment technologies, biosolids management, odour control and new technologies and research. Details from: WEAO, 416/410-6933, E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, Web site www.weao.org.
May 9-12: Climate Change Technology Conference, presented by the Engineering Institute of Canada (EIC) and its member societies; to be held at the Ottawa Congress Centre, Ottawa. Details from: EIC Climate Change Conference, 613/839-1108, FAX 613/839-1406, Web site www.ccc2006.ca.