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[greenyes] Save the Date/Call for Abstracts - Deconstruction Conference - Oakland, CA, Sept. 1-3






We hope you will join us and consider presenting at
this year's the Deconstruction and Building Materials
Reuse Conference.

It will be held September 1-3, 2004, in coordination with
the National Recycling Coalition Annual Congress & Exposition,
August 29-September 1 in the San Francisco Bay, CA area.

Please see conference details and the Call
for Presentation Abstracts (DUE Mr. 22, 2004) below.

Deconstruction & Building Materials Reuse Conference
with the Annual Meeting of the Used Building Materials
Association, Preservation Park, Oakland, CA

Save the Date! September 1-3, 2004
Call for Presenter Abstracts DUE March 22, 2004

Tours, panels, interactive sessions, exhibitors and much more!

Highlights include:

- Where Green Building and Deconstruction Intersect - LEED Credits
- Used Building Materials Markets
- Deconstruction Costs & Benefits
- Meet the Practitioners
- Design for Deconstruction and Reuse
- International, Federal, Military, State & Local Government Advances
- IRS Tax Credits and Insurance Issues
- Research, Standards Development & Certification Programs

Registration Details Coming Soon: <http://www.DECON04.com>

In coordination with the National Recycling Coalition 23rd Annual
Congress & Expo August 29 - September 1, 2004 in San Francisco
<http://www.nrc-recycle.org/congress/index.htm>

Registration Fees: $200.00 with a $50 discount on DECON04
registration fees for NRC attendees and UBMA Members!

Tour and exhibitor pricing details to follow.

Conference Supporters: U.S. EPA Region 9, Used Building Materials
Association, Alameda County Waste Management Authority, California
Integrated Waste Management Board, City of Oakland, City of San Jose,
San Francisco Department of Environment, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers,
USDA Forest Products Lab, U.S. General Services Administration Region 9,
Fort Ord Reuse Authority, Austin Habitat for Humanity, Portland METRO,
Reconnx, Beyond Waste, Resource Management Group/Sarasota Architectural
Salvage, Hamer Center for Community Design Assistance at The
Pennsylvania State University, and the University of Florida.

For details, contact Timonie Hood at (415)972-3282 or
hood.timonie@no.address

CALL FOR PRESENTATION ABSTRACTS
Deconstruction & Building Materials Reuse Conference
September 1-3, 2004, Oakland, CA
See http://www.DECON04.com

Abstract Submission Deadline: March 22, 2004

Please send e-mail Timonie Hood,
hood.timonie@no.address, with the following information:

Name:
Title:
Organization/Affiliation:
Address:
Phone Number:
E-mail Address:
UBMA or other professional memberships:

Return the attached electronic application for each
topic you are interested in presenting.

No more than 2 abstracts may be submitted by one
presenter.

Presentations will be limited to 20 minutes each in
Panel Formats.

Topic areas:

- Where Green Building and Deconstruction Intersect -
LEED Credits
- Used Building Materials Markets
- Deconstruction Costs & Benefits
- Meet the Practitioners
- Design for Deconstruction and Reuse
- International, Federal, Military, State & Local
Government Advances
- IRS Tax Credits and Insurance Issues
- Research, Standards Development & Certification
Programs

IMPORTANT NOTE: Other topic areas related to
deconstruction and building materials reuse are
welcome.

Topic Area of Your Presentation:
Title of Your Presentation:

Presentation Description (75 words or less):

Explain what is new or unique about the information
presented (75 words or less):

Your presentation will teach participants to:

1.

2.

3.

Audience level for presentation:
Beginner Intermediate Advanced

Have you presented this topic elsewhere? Yes No

If yes, for whom? Where? When?

Members of our Agenda Planning Committee will evaluate
applications considering overall quality and focus;
organization of ideas; informational/educational
needs; quality of research; environmental and
industry development impact potential; originality;
geographic and organizational representation, and
applicability of topic.

The Conference planners reserve the right to select
proposals received that will most effectively
contribute to the achievement of the foregoing
objectives. We will closely evaluate all proposals,
and you will receive notification of acceptance or
nonacceptance as soon as possible.

Fees: There is no fee to submit a presentation
abstract. Presenters are responsible for
registration fees and all related expenses for
traveland hotel accommodation expenses.
Materials: If your proposals selected, you will be
required to submit all handout materials and any
PowerPoint presentations by August 1, 2004, for use as
an electronic handouts and to upload presentations.

To reduce waste, please submit your Presentation
Application electronically to Timonie Hood,
hood.timonie@no.address, no later than March 22, 2004.
Contact: Timonie Hood at (650)372-9151 with any
questions.












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