The Carbon Management Technology Conference 2017: Global CCUS Innovation Nexus will be held July 17-20 in Houston, Texas.
The 2017 Carbon Management Technology Conference (CMTC 2017) will focus on carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) technologies that provide options for lowering greenhouse gas emissions while maintaining fuel diversity for sustainable growth. CMTC 2017 provides a platform to present information on carbon management solutions for continued energy and economic growth. The conference will present insights and lessons learned on the requirements for CCUS deployment and the technologies proposed for a modern energy infrastructure that maintains fuel diversity for sustainable growth, while addressing climate change.
Conference topics include Carbon Capture (Transformational and 2nd Generation); Storage/EOR; Monitoring and Characterization Protocols and Technologies; Carbon Utilization; Demonstration/Pilot Scale Projects; Industry and Energy Sector CCUS Projects; Environmental Investigations; Economic Analysis and Modeling; Laboratory Investigations; Risk Assessment; Sustainability Options to Climate Change; Energy-Water Nexus; Business/Financial Approaches; Policy/Legislation/Permitting Approaches; and Country/Regional Climate Change.
This year’s Forum will highlight current product stewardship trends in the U.S., focusing on packaging, pharmaceuticals, paint, electronics, HHW, and other priority products. In Product Stewardship Institute style, each session will be highly participatory, designed for multi-stakeholder discussion of cutting-edge topics. Worldwide leaders will assess the successes and challenges of extended producer responsibility programs and provide the context needed to help us advance the product stewardship movement in the U.S.
The StormCon 2017 Surface Water Quality Conference & Expo will be held Aug. 27-31 in Bellevue, Washington.
StormCon is a stormwater pollution prevention conference and trade show. Meet leading stormwater experts on BMPs, low-impact development, program management, construction-site runoff, green infrastructure, monitoring and research.
Emerging technology, products and services will be on display in the exhibit hall. Get hands on experience at more than 185 stormwater exhibits.
- Discover the most comprehensive stormwater educational curriculum available anywhere.
- Learn about the latest best management practices.
- Enhance your stormwater credentials and earn CEUs.
- Meet and network with colleagues, solutions providers and surface water quality experts.
Where the Industry Evolves
The Resource Recycling Conference, in partnership with the National Recycling Coalition and in alliance with Waste360, the Recycling Association of Minnesota and the Minnesota chapter of SWANA, is the must-attend conference for the recycling industry’s most influential policy leaders, CEOs and government officials. The conference, now entering its seventh year, is your opportunity to network with clients, prospective partners, vendors and top materials management decision-makers all in one location, saving you precious time and travel expenses. The conference’s lineup of education sessions will offer attendees the latest on materials processing trends, tactics to boost diversion rates, legislative talking points, market analysis and much more.
Registration is now open. Registration includes entrance into info-packed conference sessions and the exhibit hall as well as two continental breakfasts, two lunches, refreshment breaks and an evening reception. Registration does not include lodging.
The 2017 ACEEE National Conference on Energy Efficiency as a Resource will be held Oct. 30-Nov. 1 in Litchfield Park, Arizona.
Explore innovative approaches for designing and delivering energy efficiency programs. At this utility-focused event, held every other year by the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy since 2001, how utilities can best integrate energy efficiency into planning and operations will be addressed. Industry leaders will convene to discuss the latest developments in using energy efficiency to meet new challenges as well as existing customer and utility needs.
The energy landscape is quickly shifting, and efficiency is emerging as a least-cost way to address mounting concerns about system reliability, volatile fuel prices, power plant construction costs and environmental compliance. Moreover, energy efficiency in homes, businesses and industries saves money, creates jobs and improves the environment.