Events

Webinar: From Pen & Paper to Artificial Technology – 21st Century Methods for Measuring Excess Food

hosted by the US EPA

Got leftovers? In food loss prevention and recovery, the first ingredient is to measure our excess food, whether in a restaurant kitchen, cafeteria or at home. During this webinar, participants will discover the value and benefits of calculating your organization’s excess, surplus and leftover food and beverage. They will also learn methods of excess food measurement, such as counting leftovers with a reliable pen and paper, using an excel-based spreadsheet to generate your food loss data, or harnessing 21st century artificial technology to automate quantifiable measurement results.

Compost Facility Operating Practices Course (plus Certification Exam)

The Compost Council of Canada and SWANA Northern Lights Chapter, in cooperation with the City of Edmonton, are offering a three-day training program to promote technical knowledge and sound operating techniques amongst compost facility operators and those involved with large-scale composting.

Community-Based Social Marketing Workshops with Doug McKenzie-Mohr

For over three decades Dr. McKenzie-Mohr has been working to incorporate scientific knowledge on behaviour change into the design and delivery of community programs. He is the founder of community-based social marketing and the author of three books on the topic. One of these books has been recommended by Time Magazine and become requisite reading for those who deliver programs to promote sustainable and healthy behaviour. He has delivered workshops internationally for over 70,000 program managers and has served as an advisor on a broad array of both Canadian and international programs. (Save $50 with coupon code f3944f64)

SERC 2020

33rd Southeast Recycling Conference & Trade Show organized by the Southern Waste Information eXchange, Inc.

SWANApalooza

Featuring the Annual Landfill Symposium, Annual Landfill Gas & Biogas Symposium, Road to Zero Waste Conference, and more – hosted by the Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA)

BioCycle REFOR20

20th Annual BioCycle Conference on Renewable Energy from Organics Recycling