Americana – Environmental forum and International trade show for environmental technologies – Montreal, March 26 to 28, 2019
As the leading multi-sector event in North America, Americana brought together more than 10,000 environmental professionals and decision makers from 40 countries.
Case studies, technical and scientific information, innovative research results, and inspirational projects were among the 200 presentations grouped under six main themes: innovation and clean technologies, green and circular economy, energy transition, adapting to climate change, sustainable cities and responsible investing and green taxation.
9th Canadian Waste Resource Symposium
A Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA) annual event, the Canadian Waste Resource Symposium brought some 300 North-American professionals of the waste management sector together in Québec City from March 13 to 15, 2018.
Held in Québec for the very first time, the event ran in conjunction with the Salon des technologies environnementales du Québec, providing Symposium attendees with increased business meeting and networking opportunities with the Salon’s 3,000 participants.
This three-day event showcased over fifty speaker sessions, a trade show, industrial visits in the area as well as social activities, offering the perfect setting to build strong ties among stakeholders from across the country.
The CCC sponsored the Conference on Canadian Stewardship, a biennial industry event focused on themes essential to the creation, operation and sustainability of efficient product stewardship programs in Canada, held September 27-29 at Le Centre Sheraton, in Montréal in collaboration with Éco Enterprises Québec.
The CCC was sponsor and an exhibitor at Municipal Waste Association’s Spring Workshop held at the Deerhurst Resort in Huntsville, Ontario, May 30 – June 1, 2017.
The CCC partnered with Reseau Environnement to promote AMERICANA, North America’s largest multi-sector Environmental Trade Show and Conference, which took place March 21-23, 2017, in Montreal.
CCC’s Managing Director attended the Ontario Waste Management Association’s Economic Freedom and the Circular Economy one-day conference on November 8 in Toronto. The event brought together producers, regulators, municipalities and waste management companies in an effort to chart the course for competitive Extended Producer Responsibility systems in Canada.
The CCC sponsored and attended the Coast Waste Management Association’s (CWMA) Annual Conference, October 19-21 in Victoria, BC.
The CCC was a table-top exhibitor at the PAC to the Future Conference, held September 28-29 in Niagara Falls, Ontario.
8th Canadian Waste Resources Symposium CCC was an exhibitor at the 8th Canadian Waste Resource Symposium, held April 27‐29 in Halifax.
Waste ReForum 2016 CCC’s Managing Director spoke at the Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council’s Waste ReForum 2016, which was held in Regina, April 20 – 22. Her presentation can be accessed here.
2015 Conference on Canadian Stewardship
CCC’s Managing Director attended the sixth biennial Conference on Canadian Stewardship which took place at the Banff Springs Hotel Sept 30—Oct 2. 630 delegates attended the event, at which harmonization of EPR programs across Canada and competition amongst compliance scheme were two of the dominant themes. During one of the concurrent meetings which took place ahead of the conference’s official kick-off, CCC’s Managing Director presented an overview of markets for used cartons to representatives of the various agencies managing the beverage container deposit systems across the country. The presentation is available here.
AMO Annual Conference
The Association of Municipality of Ontario held its 2015 AGM & Annual Conference in Niagara Falls, August 16-19, 2015. The Conference presented the latest on current and emerging Ontario municipal interests from one of the largest municipal trade shows. The Carton Council’s Managing Director was invited to take part in a panel discussion that focused on the expected changes to waste management legislation in the province. Download the presentation here.