Have you registered yet for the Michigan Waste and Materials Management Conference, taking place December 13-14 at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi? This comprehensive 2-day event will:
- Provide you with training that will help you understand and comply with waste regulations;
- Help you go beyond compliance and focus on managing materials - conserving, reusing and recycling them instead of landfilling them; and
- Provide you with an opportunity to network with consultants, transporters, disposal vendors, and Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) staff.
Join the over 200 people who have already registered to learn about proper waste and material management. Hear about important state-wide regulatory changes, emerging issues, and the practicalities of using unwanted materials as a resource to promote economic vitality, ecological integrity, and an improved quality of life for current and future generations. Take this opportunity to learn about Michigan’s waste regulations and meet one-on-one with DEQ program experts and service providers to get your questions answered.
Who should attend?
Businesses, institutions, non-profits and municipalities, environmental professionals, and transport and disposal vendors will all benefit from this conference. Any non-household that generates waste will learn important take-a-ways that can be put to practical use in day-to-day operations.
Why should you attend?
- It’s comprehensive. This conference offers four concurrent tracks that include sessions on hazardous and solid waste management, materials management, recycling, and landfill operations. You will get the training you need on all the numerous waste requirements at one time and in one place.
- It's important. Complying with waste regulations is important, not only for the safety of your communities and employees, but also for the protection of our environment and natural recourses.
- You will make connections. This conference will connect you to resources and people by providing you with an opportunity to network with consultants, transporters, disposal vendors and DEQ staff who can help you comply with waste regulations.
- It’s affordable. Registration fee is only $145 (through Nov 22) for a full two days of training, meals and conference materials.
- Up to 10 Professional Development Hours
- Up to 10 CEHs for Professional Engineers
- Up to 10 CMPs for Certified Hazardous Materials Manager
- Up to 10 CMPs for Certified Hazardous Materials Practitioners
- Up to 10 CMPS for Certified Dangerous Goods Professionals