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  • Subject: [cg] CALL FOR PAPERS
  • From: Laura Berman <laura@foodshare.net>
  • Date: Tue, 19 Mar 2002 15:29:20 -0500


Make Magic Happen-- Compost!

The Composting Council of Canada's 12th Annual National Conference, Exhibits
and General Meeting
September 19 - 20, 2002
World Trade & Convention Centre
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

The Composting Council of Canada invites you to submit a paper for our
12th National Composting Conference. The Conference provides the
national forum for those involved in the development and expansion of
composting and compost utilization. Participants include
representatives from municipal, provincial and federal governments
(particularly with interests in Environment, Agriculture and Economic
Development), industry (organic waste generators, compost system
manufacturers and designers, facility operators, marketers of compost)
and academia. The Conference provides participants with extensive
opportunities for learning and networking.

-Special waste composting including: on-farm composting, manure
management, wood & paper fiber wastes, biosolids, food residuals
-Compost Marketing Strategies
-Compost Technology Developments
-Analytical and Applied Composting Research
-Management of Operational Issues
-Innovative Composting Programs for Households and the Business Sector
-Education and Communication Strategies
-Other topics may also be considered.

A one-page abstract and short biography should be submitted (by mail,
fax or email) no later than Friday April 19, 2002 to:

The Composting Council of Canada
16 Northumberland Street
Toronto, ON M6H 1P7 Canada
Ph: (416) 535-0240 * Fax: (416) 536-9892 * Email: ccc@compost.org

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