Here is a nice step forward, but I hate to burst their
bubble by telling them that they aren’t the first national conference to
go Zero Waste … the GRRN National Zero Waste Conference in NYC a few
years ago beat em to it, and I’m sure the CRRA has gone there as well.
But hey, this is a biggie, and it’s in another country! Bravo!
Interviews Available with Canadian
Waste & Recycling Expo About First Ever Zero-Waste Program
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20, 2007 -- Committing to divert Canadian Waste & Recycling Expo (CWRE)
waste from the landfill, the Vancouver Convention and Exhibition Centre and
Messe Frankfurt, the expo’s organizer, are locking the trash compactors
for the entire event, Nov. 28-29, and striving to make on-site recycling easy.
“As the largest and only national trade show in Canada serving the waste,
recycling and public works markets, we have a commitment to doing our part to
help sustain the environment,” said Arnie Gess, CWRE’s show
manager. “This first-of-its-kind Zero-Waste recycling project will set a
standard for the industry as well as other events to follow.”
Demonstrating its commitment to the Zero-Waste program, the show and convention
center will increase the accessibility of easily-recycled materials and
collection systems. It is encouraging its exhibitors to use recyclable
materials in their booths and remove all materials they bring in. The
convention center also will use recycable and reusable materials in food
Happy Stan’s Recycling Services Ltd., the program administer, will supply
on-site staff to respond to questions and concerns, and will perform a detailed
audit of the initiative to show its results.
Industry Issues and Trends
The CRWE show features the latest technologies, issues and trends, and will
highlight Vancouver’s new government-supported stewardship program to
recycle old electronics (e-waste).
An additional half a dozen special events are planned, sponsored by industry
affiliates and presented by industry leaders, government officials and renowned
experts covering a wide array of interests, policies, regulations, technologies
Messe Frankfurt officials are available to discuss the Zero-Waste program, and
industry issues and trends, as the show marks its 10th anniversary with this
year’s event .
To arrange an interview with David Audrain, president; Daniel McKinnon,
executive vice president; and Arnie Gess, show manager, at the show or via
telephone, contact: Arnie Gess, 877-534-7285, email@example.com Media passes
are available to attend the show.
For further information, please visit www.cwre.ca
Messe Frankfurt, Inc.