The Professional Recyclers of Pennsylvania are now accepting submissions for presentations at their 2019 Recycling & Organics Conference to be held July 24-26 in Harrisburg.
The deadline for proposals is December 3.
Share your experience and expertise with colleagues in the recycling and or organics fields, including on these topics: Special Collection Events, Electronics Waste; Education Programs; Single Stream, Commingled, Source Separated Materials; Markets; and Organics.
Presentations may be delivered by a single person or multiple individuals, and held as a traditional presentation or as a round-table discussion / panel.
Members of the Conference Committee will review all abstract proposals. Sessions will last approximately 60 minutes, depending on the type of presentation and subject. Final selections will be made by the Conference Committee.
Presentation proposals should include: Style of presentation, traditional, round-table, panel; Subject of presentation; Description of presentation; and Presenter(s).
If your presentation is accepted, the description submitted will be used in promotional materials.
Proposals should be submitted to Douglas Orner by sending email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions? Call 717-441-6049 x 3.
For more information on programs, initiatives and special events, visit the Professional Recyclers of PA website. Click Here to sign up for regular updates from PROP. Click Here to become a member.
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[Posted: Oct. 26, 2018]