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Upcoming Environment Industry Events
SABCS Conference on Contaminated Sites
September 28-20, 2021
The Science Advisory Board for Contaminated Sites (SABCS) is pleased to announce its annual Conference on Contaminated Sites will be held virtually on September 28-30, 2021. This the SABCS’ 11th annual conference, which will be hosted together with GeoEnviroPro Training Professionals. An overview of the conference is provided at http://sabcs.ca/sabcs-conference/. The conference will be a sharing of ideas and knowledge from a range of perspectives and on different topics related to contaminated lands management. Given the far-reaching implications of climate change and the pandemic, a key theme of this year’s conference will be Adaptation and Resilience in Contaminated Lands Management, and in particular innovation and technology to address these challenges.
Kwantlen Polytechnic University: KPU Co-op Information Session for Employers
October 1, 2021 – Noon to 1 PM PDT | Online
Attention all Employers! KPU’s Career Development Centre would like to invite you to an upcoming information session and Q&A to learn how you can build your future talent pipeline by hiring KPU Co-op students. You will leave with a greater understanding of:
- How KPU’s Co-op Program works
- The Many Benefits of Hiring KPU Co-op Students
- The Hiring Process
- Available Funding Opportunities for Employers
Remediation Technologies Symposium – RemTech 2021
October 13-15, 2021 | Fairmont Banff Springs
ESAA is excited to welcome you in person to Remediation Technologies Symposium 2021! RemTech™ 2021 is the premier remediation technology transfer event for environmental professionals, encompassing the latest innovations in soil and groundwater remediation.
CWMA Annual Conference: A Unique Hybrid Experience
October 20-22, 2021
The CWMA Annual Conference is the premiere waste management industry and networking event on Vancouver Island. The goal every year is to bring together leaders in the waste management community to exchange knowledge, inspire solutions, and build connections.
This year delegates will experience the benefits of a virtual platform while those who are comfortable to to attend in-person will enjoy the traditional conference format in the best and safest way possible given current health directives. The entire event will include live-attended and virtual speakers and panel discussions, pre-recorded/on-demand content, in-person and virtual exhibition booths, break-out discussions, informal networking cafes and more.