WASTE RECYCLING, UPCYCLING, AND SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORTATION
This year’s workshop will be held in Spokane, WA, July 15-17, 2018, hosted by the Washington State University, with the theme of “Waste Recycling, Upcycling, and Sustainable Transportation”. This annual event is focused on resource conservation and recovery issues affecting transportation and associated infrastructure, including but not limited to:
- Recycling, reuse, and repurposing of waste and byproducts;
- Upcycling and beneficial uses of waste and byproducts;
- Life-cycle sustainability of transportation infrastructures/systems (including considerations at design, construction, preservation, operations, rehabilitation, and recycling stages);
- Contamination risk management;
- Water quality (e.g., stormwater BMPs);
- Multimodal transportation and sustainability practices;
- Renewable energy and alternative use of right-of-way;
- Resiliency and climate change adaptation; and other sustainability and environmental management topics.
This workshop is now going into its 16th year and continues to gain momentum. Each year has a slightly different focus. And this year we are exploring it in the format of the extended business meeting, i.e., no registration fee and no exhibition.
To register for this year’s Summer Workshop, July 15-17, please follow the link below.
Cost: No Registration Fee or Exhibit Fee
Registration Deadline: TBD
Where To Stay & What To Do
Workshop attendees will find this year’s venue on Washington State University campus within easy walking distance to a variety of hotels suited for attendees to take advantage of easy access to the workshop, dining, and entertainment.