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In Fall 2013, Metro Vancouver submitted a proposed waste flow management bylaw to the BC Provincial Government that would require all residential, commercial and institutional garbage to be delivered to Metro Vancouver and City of Vancouver disposal facilities. Metro Vancouver and proponents of this bylaw argue that without it, the region won’t meet its aggressive recycling goals and that it’s essential to a competitive waste management and recycling industry and to ensure a cost effective and equitable disposal system. ↓ Read the rest of this entry…
Get involved. Students and professors, get your team together. Professionals, volunteer to be a role player!
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October 25, 2014: EC Proposal Due by 8 PM
October 27, 2014: Tweak sent to teams
October 27-29, 2013: PNWIS Annual Conference and interactions with role players
October 27, 2013: EC Orientation Meeting
October 29, 2014: EC Presentations
October 29, 2014: Honors and Awards Luncheon
An updated version of the technical agenda is available on the Inland Northwest website.
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A&WMA provides programs and activities designed and conducted by environmental professionals for environmental professionals.
Membership in A&WMA provides access to a worldwide network of individuals from industry, government, and the consulting, research, academic, and legal communities who engage in the exchange of technical and managerial information.
PNWIS is a catalyst for environmental leadership by providing a neutral forum for discussion, education, and networking on technical issues relating to environmental management in the U.S., Pacific Northwest and Western Canada.