Events

ONEIA Environment Industry Day 2017

On December 12, 2017, environment and cleantech companies from across Ontario will come to Queen’s Park for an exciting day of dialogue and networking.  As we are heading into a provincial election in 2018, the theme we will share with MPPs and policy makers will be “Environment and Cleantech 101: Everything you need to know about creating jobs and protecting the environment.”  Join us and help share the story of your firm, your challenges and the importance of our industry.

Early-bird registration is NOW open at https://environmentindustryday2017.eventbrite.com.  ONEIA members can register for just $199 for the afternoon of programming and reception in the Queen’s Park dining room.  Not yet an ONEIA member?  Join now and save $50 – or pay an early-bird price for non-members of $249.  Prices will rise by $50 a ticket on November 3, so register now to save!

DATE:  Tuesday, December 12, 2017
TIME:  Afternoon panel at the U of T’s Charbonnel Lounge begins at 2:00 PM.  Reception and networking at Queen’s Park dining room from 5:00 to 7:30.
COST:  Early-bird member pricing of just $199!  Not-yet member tickets are $249.
DEADLINE:  Register by 5 PM on Friday, November 3 to take advantage of early-bird pricing.
TO REGISTER:  Visit https://environmentindustryday2017.eventbrite.com

Consider becoming a sponsor of EID for as little as $750 – and all sponsorships include tickets to the event.  Please contact Sonia Zorzos at info@oneia.ca / 416-531-7884 and she can put you in touch with the sponsorship committee.

Ontario Excess Soil Symposium – December 6th 2017

The Canadian Urban Institute (CUI) is convening the Ontario Excess Soil Symposium on December 6, 2017 in Caledon Ontario to support an exchange of information and lessons learned about managing fill on soil Receiving Sites. In 2015, almost 26 million m3 of excess construction fill was generated across Ontario. Proper excess soil management supports the beneficial reuse of this soil while protecting human health and the environment.

The Ontario Ministry of Environment and Climate Change (MOECC) has recently developed Best Management Practices (BMP), a Policy Framework and a draft Regulatory Package to help guide management practices and policies relating to excess soil. The symposium conversation will help empower municipalities and other industry practitioners to understand this newly proposed regulatory landscape to support effective excess soil management.

Discussions will address:

  • Benefits of excess soil reuse for municipalities, communities and the environment;
  • Mitigating environmental and health risks related to excess soil management;
  • Implications of the new Proposed Excess Soil Regulatory Package by the MOECC;
  • Current policy & regulation options for municipalities, examples from successful case studies; and
  • Next steps for adopting and enforcing best practices.

For more information on the event and to register, visit the event website.

The 2017 National Brownfields Training Conference

The 2017 National Brownfields Training Conference will occur in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, December 5 – 7, 2017. Save the date!  Please join us for the premier brownfields and land revitalization event.  Attendees will enjoy opportunities to participate in training events, observe success stories first hand during mobile workshops, listen to experts regarding best practices for meeting brownfields challenges, and network with thousands of other stakeholders.  Mark your calendars and be watching for more information regarding registration and other conference details in the near future.

Visit the official Brownfields Conference Website for registration and additional information at www.brownfields2017.org.

Brownfield 2017 Online Registration and Housing is Now Open!
Brownfields 2017 is set to offer attendees a robust and expansive conference experience. This year’s conference programming and speakers will engage attendees on topics at the forefront of today’s brownfields and economic development landscapes; challenging both emerging and seasoned professionals as well as a diverse range of brownfields stakeholders to think outside the norms when addressing land revitalization and redevelopment.

Register Here

2017 Canadian Brownfield “Brownie” Awards Gala

The Brownie Awards recognize the builders, innovators and visionaries who are dedicated to the rehabilitation of brownfield sites that were once contaminated, under-utilized and undeveloped into productive residential and commercial projects that contribute to the growth of healthy communities across Canada.

2017 Brownie Awards Gala

Wednesday, November 22, 2017
Reception: 5:00 p.m. | Dinner: 6:00 p.m.

Delta Toronto Hotel
75 Lower Simcoe Street
Toronto, Ontario, CANADA

 

To book your Corporate table ($1,500 +HST), contact:
Elena Langlois
(416) 444-5842, ext. 151
elena@actualmedia.ca

 

Purchase single tickets ($200 +HST) below: