February 11-14, 2018
February 11-14, 2018
Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort & Spa
Indian Wells, California
Get ready... we are back! After a very successful 2016 event, GWMS – North America’s #1
technical conference for the presentation of applied and fundamental research
and case studies on waste management is back in Indian Wells, California in 2018!
Whether your objectives are to learn more about the breakthrough research and world-class content,
to network with solid waste professionals and decision-makers from around the world, or to find
solutions to your biggest challenges, you know that GWMS is the event to accomplish them.
Your registration includes:
To aid you in your visa application process, please submit your request for
letters of invitation to firstname.lastname@example.org. Requests will be processed
once you have registered and paid to attend. If you are denied a visa, you will
be refunded all registration fees. For more information on how to obtain your
visa, please visit the U.S. Embassy in your respective area.
44-600 Indian Wells Lane • Indian Wells, California • 92210
888-421-1442 or 402-592-6464
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“The Global Waste Management Symposium is the premiere event for technical presentations
in the solid waste industry. The information exchange and networking opportunities are
outstanding! I was pleased to see strong attendee numbers from the large landfill companies.”
– Brad Peake, QED Environmental Systems
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