Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort & Spa
Indian Wells, California

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Timing

Since this event only happens once every two years, you’ll want to be there to see the world-class content and breakthrough research before it dsappears.
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Solutions

You’ll be able to visit sponsors who are there to help you solve your company’s biggest challenges. Take a look here at all of the 2016 GWMS Sponsors.
 
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Research & Content

This year’s GWMS program will be more comprehensive than ever, delivering the critical content and research that you need to know—and that warrants the two-year wait. Industry experts will be covering the topics you that you asked to learn more about, including:
 
  • Enhanced Landfill Temperature
  • Leachate / Condensate Management
  • Landfill Gas / Landfill Gas Management
  • Gas Collection & System Managment
  • Leachate Treatment: Strategies, Case Studies
  • Anaerobic Digestion
  • Landfill Operations
  • Coal Combustion Residuals
  • Emergency Regulatory Issues for MSW Landfills
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Audience

GWMS services the needs of landfill owners and operators, as well as their engineers and the consultant and vendor communities. Join this broad coalition of participants that also includes:
 
  • Facility Owners and Operators
  • Local / State / Federal Agencies
  • Researchers
  • Waste Service Companies
  • Vendors / Suppliers
  • Trade Organizations
  • Solid Waste Generators
  • Students
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Location & Golf

GWMS will once again take place at the beautiful Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort & Spa in Indian Wells, California, February 11-14, 2018. Located just outside of Palm Springs, CA, the resort offers spectacular views, spa services and direct access to the John Fought-designed Players Course.

*Plus, over half of the 2016 GWMS attendees indicated that the Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort & Spa is an excellent venue.
* 2016 GWMS Attendee Survey