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[GreenYes] Fwd: Take It Back! 2003 Call for Papers

>Date: Fri, 20 Sep 2002 17:32:09 -0500 (CDT)
>From: newsletters@raymond.com
>
>Take it Back! 2003   Call for Papers
>
>Raymond Communications is planning the next Take it Back! conference for 
>February 24 - 26, 2003 in Alexandria Virginia, near Reagan National 
>Airport, D.C.  Mark your calendar now!
>
>This year’s conference will be co-sponsored by Foresite Systems Ltd 
>(http://www.foresite.org), makers of the world’s leading recycling fee 
>software.
>
>Gil Bevington, veteran consultant from Perchards, Europe’s leading 
>recycling policy authority, will provide a detailed overview of “what’s 
>new” from Europe.  By February, we will know how the amendments to the 
>Packaging directive will come out, and she will provide an analysis of 
>what that means for you! She will also cover what’s new from member states 
>and Eastern Europe.
>
>In addition, we plan to have the latest on recycling policy from Asia, 
>Canada, and some new case histories from major companies. There will also 
>be updated on the EU electronics directive, news from the electronics 
>collection organizations, and battery regulation.  We also plan to invite 
>major retailers for a special panel.
>
>Before the conference, we plan an optional workshop on Asia environmental 
>policy compliance.
>
>Speaking at Take it Back! is by invitation only. We are seeking packaging 
>case history ideas and a few international speakers, Asia or Europe.
>
>Non-vendor speakers generally receive free admission to the conference ­ a 
>$780 value. We can provide hotel for some foreign speakers, and other 
>perks are negotiable.
>
>If you have a good story to tell, or can share expertise in a recycling 
>policy area, we’d love to hear from you. Or if you have ideas or 
>suggestions as to what you’d like to see, your feedback is appreciated!
>
>GUIDELINES: Take it Back! is a non-commercial conference, in terms of 
>presentations. Our preference is to hear from regulators, companies and 
>some associations, especially those from outside the U.S.. Consultants 
>will be considered if they can provide good information our readers need, 
>in a non-commercial presentation.
>
>VENDORS: Occasionally we have speeches from vendors, but there must be 
>something special or highly informative. One other way to get your product 
>or service on front of our corporate audience is to take out a sponsorship 
>or booth.  Costs range from $1,200 - $5,000. The sponsorship gets your 
>link and ad in front of thousands of environmental decision-makers for 
>many months!!
>
>Please call me at 301-345-4237 or email a summary to michele@raymond.com
>
>Note to subscribers: The web site has been updated for Recycling Laws 
>International!  Also, check our Environmental Packaging Resources Page. Go 
>to http://www.raymond.com
>
>--Michele Raymond
>Publisher
>
>========================================================
>This is the Recycling Policy NewsBriefs Email Bulletin for Raymond 
>Communications, Inc. College Park MD, publishers of State Recycling Laws 
>Update and Recycling Laws International. All material copyright 2002, 
>Raymond Communications; permission to forward with credit.

Gary Liss
916-652-7850
Fax: 916-652-0485

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