Date: 31st August – 1st September
Venue: Crowne Plaza, Hunter Valley, NSW
The NSW Mining conference and dinner brings together key policy experts and decision makers to discuss the operational and regulatory challenges and issues in key areas for mining and exploration businesses.
- Environment & Community
- Regulation and Policy Changes
- Grappling with change and how to overcome challenges at work by showing up with the right mindset every time
- Our industry leaders help to set the vision and the priorities for our industry. So what are the major challenges and opportunities for mining in NSW and how do health and safety or environment and community specialists respond and add value to their business and their community?
- What are Critical Controls and how do we identify and manage them?
- Perceptions vs reality – A media perspective on resource sector reporting
- Supporting the workforce in response to industry criticism
For further information on this event, visit the NSW Mining website.
Date: 22-24th July
Ecotech are exhibiting at the Australia New Zealand Aerosol Assembly (ANZAA) in Newcastle, the latest special interest group event of CASANZ (Clean Air Society of Australia and New Zealand).
The SIG focuses on aerosol and particle pollution, chemistry, sources, emissions and management.
- Prof Lidia Morawska
Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Particle Matter and Human Health
- Dr Guy Coulson
NIWA, Auckland, New Zealand
Aerosol Chemistry Between Two Oceans
- Dr Nancy Cushing
University of Newcastle, Australia
Community Perceptions of Particulate Emissions
Ecotech’s Michael Preston will be presenting.
To register or for further information, please visit ANZAA.
Join Ecotech New Zealand at the annual Quarry NZ Conference, held at Claudelands, Hamilton.
The theme: “Forging the Path to the Future”
The Quarry NZ conference is an opportunity for the quarrying industry to interact and exchange ideas.
Visit Jozua Taljaard at our outdoor exhibition space in the exhibition plaza.
Come visit us at Booth 210.
Join our distributors, American Ecotech, at the Air & Waste Management Association for the 108th Annual Conference & Exhibition.
This must-attend conference will feature a technical program boasting over 400 speakers, 70 technical and student posters, more than 100 exhibitors displaying the latest products and services, social tours and networking events, and professional development courses taught by leading instructors.
Join us and be a part of a global conversation that will drive environmental progress!
The conference will explore a wide range of topics related to aerosol science. These topics will encompass the physical and chemical characteristics of aerosols and their impact on the environment and society in diverse areas such as climate, air quality, health, energy, and materials.
The 2015 European Aerosol Conference (EAC 2015) will be held in the city of Milan, Italian Republic, from September 6th to 11th 2015 under the auspices of the European Aerosol Assembly (EAA), a body that now represents 12 national or regional aerosol societies.
Visit Ecotech at booth 6.
This is the first time that the European Aerosol Conference is organised in Milan (Italy), under the umbrella of the Italian Aerosol Society (IAS).
EAC 2015 will be organised during EXPO MILANO 2015, FEEDING THE PLANET ENERGY FOR LIFE.
22nd International Clean Air and Environment Conference. New Frontiers is the theme and discussions will focus on the future for air quality by bringing together international and local speakers to stimulate thinking with new ideas and tools that can be applied across the air quality and climate change fields.
Visit us at booth 1013.
The American Geophysical Union (AGU), a Washington, DC-based international non-profit scientific association with more than 60,000 members, works on a broad spectrum of scientific topics that span all of the Earth and space sciences. Established in 1919 as a committee within the National Research Council of the National Academy of Sciences, AGU was independently incorporated in 1972. Since its founding, the organization has remained dedicated to advancing Earth and space sciences.
AGU is built on a foundation of shared ideals that include:
- Valuing the scientific method
- Generating and disseminating scientific knowledge
- Exchanging ideas and information freely
- Respecting a diversity of ideas and approaches
- Maintaining accountability to the public
- Achieving excellence and integrity in everything we do
- Delivering science that is accurate, peer reviewed and well respected