Meeting the Soil Management Challenge –
Dealing with excess soil is a significant challenge for Ontario. Millions of dollars in development and the safety of our environment are at stake - not to mention thousands of jobs at a range of cleantech, consulting, construction, remediation firms and others.
To address this issue – and to share information among soil and Brownfields practitioners – the Ontario Environment Industry Association (ONEIA) is pleased to present our second annual discussion of excess soils on November 26. This dynamic, half-day session (with networking lunch) will include: this dynamic half-day session (with networking lunch) which will include:
- An interactive discussion with the Province about soils: Attendees will participate in an interactive discussion and Q&A with the MOECC Land Policy review team. The team will offer an update on progress on the EBR response and the development of the framework for moving forward with excess soils.
- Unearthing the findings of the soils movement study: The Residential and Civil Construction Alliance of Ontario (RCCAO) and the Ontario Society of Professional Engineers (OSPE) will present the highlights of their recent research.
- Industry perspective panel: As the second construction season following the introduction of the best management practices comes to a close, a panel of industry experts will reflect on how far we’ve come and where we still need to go.
: Thursday November 26, 2015
8:00 AM Registration and Breakfast, program begins at 8:30 SHARP.
12:00 PM: Luncheon and networking
: THE WESTIN BRISTOL PLACE TORONTO AIRPORT
: 950 Dixon Rd. Toronto, ON M9W 5N4
: ONEIA members: $175.00; ONEIA non-members: $195.00
TO REGISTER: http://oneia-excess-soil2015.eventbrite.com
Please register early as we expect this session to fill up quickly!
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