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Market Impacts, Economics of Recycling and the Evolving Tonne
Annual General Meeting
The 'evolving tonne' (lightweight materials, organics out and less newspaper) continues to challenge recyclers. When coupled with a strong US dollar, cheap oil and manufacturing declines in Asian markets, profits in the recycling industry are down.
What impact do economic market conditions (global or local) have on how we manage our waste and recyclables? How have the historic markets for recycled commodities changed? What role should government play to support the industry? How does recycling fit into the big picture of sustainability / climate change / global warming? Should we still be encouraging recycling and if so why? What can a planner/policy analyst do to keep recycling at the top of the public's 'to do' list? What can this industry sector do to help sustain the business model?
Dylan de Thomas is the editorial director of Resource Recycling, Inc., a publishing and conference management firm. The company is the publisher of Resource Recycling, Plastics Recycling Update and E-Scrap News and produces the Resource Recycling Conference, the Plastics Recycling Conference and the E-Scrap Conference.
- Manager of Business Development & Procurement Sales - ABC Recycling
The history of ABC Recycling is intertwined with the legacy of the Yochlowitz family. Joseph Yochlowitz and his wife Sarah immigrated to Canada from Poland at the turn of the last century, eventually settling in Vancouver. Today, third and fourth-generation family members are actively involved in growing ABC Recycling for future generations.
CWMA are very pleased to provide you with an opportunity to hear the latest updates, ask questions of our presenters, and to network with your industry peers and colleagues.
Please join us in Victoria on April 22, 2016 at the Songhees Wellness Centre, 1100 Admirals Rd, Victoria, BC V9A 2P6.
SPACE AT THIS VENUE IS LIMITED, PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED
$55.00 CWMA members
(Prices include lunch, tax and gratuity)
There is no charge for those attending after 1.30PM for the AGM portion of this event.
Doors open at 10.00 AM for networking with the presenters convening at 11.00 AM, followed by lunch, our AGM and networking to 2.30 PM.
Market Impacts, Economics of Recycling and the Evolving TonneAnnual General Meeting
Attached is a copy of the invitation for our upcoming workshop on April 22. This event is being held at the Songhees Wellness Centre
in Victoria, BC. To view a pdf file of the invitation Click here
Please join us to hear about some of the developments, challenges and opportunities, and to ask questions and network with your industry peers. Feel free to forward this on to others in your network who may benefit from attending.
Additional details are attached and you may register by phone, fax or email, email@example.com. We hope that you are able to join us on April 22, 2016
Will BurrowsExecutive Director.
Coast Waste Management Association is a membership association serving the solid waste industry in coastal British Columbia. CWMA offers a forum to assist our diverse membership in meeting the challenges and opportunities of waste management in our region. We do this by facilitating communication and offering networking and educational opportunities for members. We provide an annual conference, ongoing technical sessions and workshops, a newsletter and e-bulletin updates. Learn More