Get inspired and find the answers and solutions you need. WasteExpo offers key professional development opportunities, and education and training opportunities to sharpen your skills to help you do your job better.
Try New Technologies. SCS and more than 600 of the industry’s leading providers are waiting to solve any problem that’s keeping you up at night. Bring your questions and opportunities and, walk away with answers!
Don’t miss Marc Rogoff discussing Fleet Automation and Route Optimization Management on Monday, May 8 at 9:00 a.m. Learn more here.
Learn From the Experts. Partnered with the National Waste & Recycling Association (NWRA), Waste360 plans to deliver a 5-star rated conference program – as we’ve come to expect. Expert speakers will guide you through each topic, share valuable insights, and give you real-world advice that you can put to work immediately.
Kendra Sherman, Laura Haupert, Tom Rappolt and Jim Walsh will discuss Investigating, Responding to, and Defending Against Odor Nuisance Complaints at Landfills. Learn more here.
See the Latest Products. The waste, recycling and organic’s largest exhibit hall will be full of products and solutions for your organization’s toughest challenges. Nowhere else can you benefit your business or department so much in four short days! Don’t miss the latest SCSeTools® innovations to save your business time and money.
Do Business. WasteExpo is the one place to meet SCSers and national experts – the most proficient group of waste, recycling, and organics professionals in one company. It’s your chance to catch up with our staff, see demonstrations, and meet the thought leaders and financial analysts that adopt your environmental challenges as their own.
SCS booth 3518 is just inside the front doors by the registration area.
The Waste360 Investor Summit brings together senior management of major public and private solid, industrial and energy waste companies, innovators of new technologies and institutional investors. The event will be moderated by a Wall Street veteran and leading analyst in the waste and recycling industry.
The Conference will include the 5th Annual Composting & Organics Recycling Conference Program and the 2nd Annual Food Recovery Forum. Take advantage of over 3 days of educational and technical sessions on Organics Management including Composting, Anaerobic Digestion, Organics Recycling, Renewable Energy from Organics, Bioplastics, Compostable Products, and more. The Food Recovery Forum focuses on reducing food waste and loss in the U.S. Recover inedible food residuals for beneficial reuse; learn and evaluate options for handling organics beyond the traditional approaches.
Monday, May 8 at Track 1 – 10:30 a.m., Pat Sullivan will present Navigating Air Permitting Requirements for Composting Facilities
Tuesday, May 9 at Track 2 – 10:30 a.m., Tracie Bills will present Food Waste Recovery from Businesses Using Technology to Collect Data
Wednesday, May 10 – 10:45 a.m., Case Studies of Successful Composting Programs, A Hybrid Approach to Decentralized Composting presented by Greg McCarron
Wednesday, May 10 – 9:00 a.m., Bold Insights from Rising Stars
Get an inside look at what today’s award-winning young professionals see as the industry’s challenges and opportunities in this WasteExpo 40 Under 40 power session.
Speakers: Beth Burns – Pinellas County Solid Waste; Renee Hansen- HipCycle; David Hostetter, SCS Engineers.
Moderator: Barry Caldwell – Waste Management