I commend you on the very informative and well-organized Toronto 2010 Brownfield Breakfast Summit.
Senen, Niagara Falls
Fantastic job. Keep me informed on developments.
Regina - Wednesday March 7, 2012
Ramada Inn & Conference Centre
Focus: Remediating Contamination Workshop: Policy, Process, and Practice in Saskatchewan
Stay abreast of developments in the science and technology of remediating contamination by attending this information-packed one-day workshop. Presented in both Regina and Saskatoon for your convenience, this workshop will feature presentations by local and out-of-province experts in remediation. A professional development opportunity not to be missed!
Produced in Partnership With:
Saskatchewan Environmental Industry and Managers Association (SEIMA) is the voice of the Environmental Industry in Saskatchewan. We provide networking, communication and educational opportunities to our members, and our goal is to foster the growth of Saskatchewan's environmental sector through promotion and support of our members and their operations.
Maxxam is the market leader
in analytical services and solutions to the energy, environmental, food and DNA industries. We provide
unparalleled depth of technical and scientific expertise and serve customers through the only national
network of laboratories. Maxxam skillfully combines efficiency and customer service with rigorous science
and uncompromising quality management.
In Collaboration with:
HazMat Management Magazine - Clean Solutions for the Business of the Environment.
HazMat Management magazine provides strategic information and perspectives to North American industry and government on pollution prevention and waste management issues.
Readers include corporate executives, compliance and safety officers, industrial plant managers and operators, municipal government environment officials, working scientists, and consulting engineers.
The CBN is a National Network for Brownfield Practitioners and Stakeholders. Its mandate is to increase
CBN capacity, develop solutions to facilitate brownfields redevelopment, and enhance membership value.
Creation of a National Network: The CBN has developed strategic alliances with environmental industry associations and organizations across Canada that have a vested interest in brownfields redevelopment, in order to create a truly national Canadian network.