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CWMA Workshop | Collection and Composting of Kitchen Scraps Lessons Learned
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Join the Coast Waste Management Association (CWMA) for an informative networking luncheon focused on lessons learned in collection and composting of kitchen scraps.

6/13/2014
When: Friday, June 13
10:00 AM - 2:30 PM
Where: Quw’utsun Cultural and Conference Centre
200 Cowichan Way
Duncan, BC  V9L 6P4
Canada
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Collection and composting of kitchen scraps 
Lessons learned 

Information - Networking – Luncheon 

June 13th, 2014, 10.00 AM – 2.30 PM
 

Quw’utsun Cultural and Conference Centre, Duncan, BC 



CWMA are pleased to provide you with this 
opportunity to hear the latest updates, ask questions of our presenters, and to network with your industry peers and colleagues. 
 
Please join us in Duncan on June 13th, 2014, at the Quw’utsun Cultural and Conference Centre, Duncan, BC. 
 
PRE REGISTRATION REQUIRED 
Reserve your place now by emailing: info@cwma.bc.ca 
 
$45.00 CWMA members 
$55.00 non-members 
(Prices include lunch, tax and gratuity) 
 
Registration opens at 10.00 AM with the 
presenters convening at 11.00 AM, followed by 
lunch. Followed by networking to 2.30 PM.

PRESENTATIONS

Harvest Power 
Farrell Spence manages municipal and commercial accounts for the BC region of Harvest Power’s organic waste 
composting and anaerobic digestion facilities. Farrell will explain how Harvest Power are helping the region achieve sustainability and landfill diversion targets through Superpowered™ organics management, renewable energy and compost-based soil products. The Harvest Power site in Richmond, BC is home to North America's 
largest commercial scale high solids anaerobic digester! 

District of Saanich
Dave McAra has worked at the District of Saanich for over 25 years, the last 12 years in the dual role of Manager of Solid Waste Services and Fleet Centre. Starting April 2014, 31,300 Saanich residential garbage customers were asked to divert kitchen scraps, food leftovers, and food-soiled paper products from their household garbage, for pick-up in a separate organics recycling cart. Dave will share with us his experience and lessons learned from this new program. 

CH2M Hill
Scott Gamble has over twenty years of experience designing, operating and managing composting and other solid waste facilities. He specializes in organic waste management and is recognized for his knowledge in composting system design and operations. Odour management, product consistency and a good understanding of regulatory requirements are some of the top concerns for any compost operation. Scott will share with us how these can be addressed through Best Management Practices and following the Environment Canada Technical Document on MSW Organics Processing that CH2M Hill helped to develop. Scott is the past Chairman of the Composting Council of Canada.

ABOUT CWMA
Coast Waste Management Association is a membership association serving the solid waste industry in coastal British Columbia. We are made up of over 140 member organizations, drawing from the private sector, local and regional governments and non-profit organizations on Vancouver Island, the Gulf Islands, Powell River, the Sunshine Coast and Central Coast BC. 
 
CWMA members are involved in such diverse activities as recycling, composting, deconstruction, extended product stewardship, waste disposal, environmental education and consulting, and managing solid waste facilities. 
 
CWMA offers a forum to assist our diverse membership in meeting the challenges and opportunities of waste management in our region. We do this by facilitating communication and offering networking and educational opportunities for members. We provide an annual conference, ongoing technical sessions and workshops, a 
quarterly newsletter and e-bulletin updates. 
 
CWMA also supports its members regarding important issues facing the industry. We serve as a local industry liaison, act as industry representatives, and raise awareness about key waste-related issues. If you would like to become a member please contact me at the number below or check out our website at www.cwma.bc.ca.



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