2010 Global Waste Management Symposium
Join Your Peers and Colleagues for 3 Days of Presentations of Research and Case Studies on Waste Management!
The Global Waste Management Symposium (GWMS) is a 3-day event serving the needs of the landfill community within the solid waste and recycling industry. The Technical Program focuses on the presentation of fundamental and applied research conducted in the solid waste industry.
Both oral and poster presentations are offered after they are accepted through a peer review process by the Technical Committee.
2010 Event Overview:
The 2010 Global Waste Management Symposium (GWMS) serves as a forum for the presentation of both applied and fundamental research and case studies on waste management. We invite the community of designers, facility owners and operators, policymakers, and researchers to participate.
The GWMS is held in a setting which encourages discussion. The Symposium includes oral presentations and posters, as well as networking events to provide opportunities for technical interaction and discussion. In a setting where all participants can participate and share ideas. The core of this event is the submission of extended abstracts reviewed by a program committee. Accepted abstracts will be published in a proceedings provided to GWMS participants.
A broad coalition of government agencies, waste services companies, consultants, vendors/suppliers, researchers, and leading trade organizations and scientific foundations are invited to participant and benefit from the Global Waste Management Symposium.
The GWMS offers many opportunities for sharing of ideas and problem solving with colleagues and GWMS sponsors, through receptions, networking functions, breaks, and the GWMS golf outing.
Leadership for the Global Waste Management Symposium rested with two committees. The Technical Committee
developed the programming, including speaker identification, publication of the proceedings and developmed peer-review journal submissions. The Business Committee
guided venue selection, sales/marketing and the identification of strategic partners/sponsors.Conference Co-Chairs: 2010 Technical Committee Co-Chairs:
Bryan Staley, Environmental Research and Education Foundation
Morton Barlaz, North Carolina State University
Craig Benson, University of Wisconsin2010 Business Committee Chair:
Steven D. Menoff, P.E., Brown and Caldwell