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Welcome Reception: Sunday, February 25, 2024

Time: 5:00-7:00PM
Location: The Grove Lawn

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Monday Cocktail Reception: February 26, 2024

Time: 5:15-6:45PM
Location: Indian Wells Ballroom

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Tuesday Cocktail Reception: February 27, 2024

Time: 5:00-6:30PM
Location: Indian Wells Ballroom

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Golf: Wednesday, February 28, 2024



Time: 12:30PM
Location: Celebrity Course at the Indian Wells Golf Resort

Join your peers for an enjoyable afternoon of golf on the Clive Clark designed Celebrity Course at the Indian Wells Golf Resort in Palm Springs, CA. In addition to spectacular mountain views, the Par-72 Celebrity Course features undulating fairways, and flowing water in the form of streams, brooks, and split-level lakes connected by striking waterfalls, with vibrant floral detail. This California golf course is unrivaled in beauty and playability.

The golf outing includes greens fees for the Celebrity Course, as well as lunch before tee off and a reception after. You can create your own team by choosing to be paired with specific players.

Timeless hospitality at an affordable price! The iconic Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort Hotel in Palm Springs, California is the official hotel for the Global Waste Management Symposium. Founded by Hollywood legends Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz in 1957, this boutique-style hotel offers spectacular views and direct access to the Indian Wells Golf Resort. 

Make sure to add the golf outing when registering for the conference. 

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Format of Play
Team Scramble: Each player shall play his/her drive from the teeing ground on every hole. The TEAM shall select the best DRIVE and from that position play will continue with each player playing his/her ball from this selected position. After the “second” shots have been completed, play shallcontinue in the same manner as the “third” and “fourth” strokes are played from the most advantageous position. Remember putting shall follow the same formula until the ball has been holed.