2015: Measuring Success

2015: Measuring Success

Winnipeg, MB

Overview

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Thursday May 14

KEYNOTE

Trash Track

Trash Track lab work

OPENING PLENARY

Jim Ferguson – Waste Reduction and Recycling in Manitoba – program performance

Tara Wilcox – Jennifer White – Data Collection & Management to Assess Performance

Jane Stewart – National Solid Waste Benchmarking

METRICS

Juliane Ruck Waste Characteristics

Carolson Yepes – Recycling Trend

Paulina Leung – Tonnes Vs Pieces

ORGANIC STORIES

Jolene Rutter – Manitoba Composts

Randy Park – Evolution of the City of Winnipeg composting program.

SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT

Lisa Quinn – CR&D Waste Diversion in Manitoba

Aver – Lindsay – City of Winnipeg Facilities and Operations Corporate Waste Reduction Stretegy

Ahmed & Shirley – Solid Waste Disposal Practices in Remote first Nations Communities

METRICS (CONT)

Wilbert Yang – Benchmarking TT

Chris Ronson – Metrics Matter final

Nathan Ziegler – Measuring Success in the 1st Year of Operation and Setting a Roadmap for the future

INNOVATION IN ORGANICS

Mike Beswick/Stewart Schafer – From Landfill “Waste” to Beneficial Use – How Innovative, Canadian Technology is Helping North Battleford Lead the Way in Biosolids Management

Rod Muir – SWANA_2015

DIGGING DEEPER – WORKSHOP AND CASE STUDY SERIES

Becky – Brittany – Exercising Your Emergency Plan

Carmen Anseeuw – Bridgwater

Friday  May 15

WASTE OPERATIONS

Ashley Keep – WDG Update

Tony Sperling – RIG ADC Presentation

Scott Stubbings – Litter in the Windy City

EDUCATION, OUTREACH & PARTNERSHIP

Sylvie Hebert – Master Composter Program

Jesse Edsall – Green Bin Measuring Success

Carol Slaughter – Partnering outside the box

COLLECTION

Stacey – Automated Curbside Collection

Dave Hallman – In Ground waste containers, where they are and why

Paul Van der Werf – The role of recycling depots in the Circular Economuy

CLOSING PLENARY

Tony Sperling – Extinguishing the Iqaluit Landfill Fire

Biomedical Waste Management – HealthSciences Center 2

Biomedical Waste Management – HealthSciences Center

Schedule

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Measuring Success takes place from May 13, 2015 through May 15, 2015 at Fort Garry Hotel in Winnipeg. Certified Training will take place from May 10, 2015 – May 12, 2015.

The Fort Garry Hotel is centrally located in downtown Winnipeg, and accessible by vehicle, transit, and cycling. Consider carpooling, taking the bus, or riding a bike to reduce our impact on the environment.

Parking

This map [PDF] shows the public parking lots near the Fort Garry Hotel. Please note that lot availability and rates may have changed since the map was last updated in 2012.

Transit

Use Winnipeg Transit’s Navigo trip planner to get to and from the Fort Garry Hotel.

Cycling

Outdoor bicycle racks are located in the Northeast corner of the second floor of the Fort Garry Hotel’s parkade. Information on cycling routes and resources are available through Bike Winnipeg.

Sponsors

Interested in sponsoring this year’s conference? Download the 2015 SWANA Sponsorship Brochure and get in touch with us.