Gershman, Brickner & Bratton, Inc. (GBB) invites you to sign up for a 90-minute interactive web conference entitled "Second Annual Waste-to-Energy & Conversion Technologies Status Report" presented by Harvey Gershman, GBB President, and Margaret Eldridge, GBB Senior Project Manager.
The event will take place Thursday May 10, 2012, between 1pm and 2:30pm Eastern Time and is organized by B2b Webinars.net.
This 90-minute webinar will
provide the latest status report on the constantly evolving waste-to-energy (WTE)
and conversion technologies (CT) landscape, beginning with an overview of the
solid waste management landscape in the US, and a look at what lies ahead for
these technologies. Information will be provided on the evolution of the
environmental impact of WTE facilities and improvements made over the past 40
years, with the advent of better technology and increased environmental
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Date: Thursday, May 10, 2012
Time: 1:00 pm ET (12:00 pm CT, 11:00 am MT, 10:00 am PT)
Length: 1 hour 30 minutes
The teleconference is organized by B2b Webinars.net, a subsidiary of Information Forecast Inc., that has been producing the highest quality conferences and events for over 25 years.
Harvey Gershman is President of GBB, an international solid waste management consulting firm that he co-founded in 1980. He has been active in the solid waste management field as an adviser to government and industry for over 36 years. He has managed the preparation of many plans, market studies, cost and feasibility analyses, contracts development and negotiations, contractor procurements, and project financing activities for a broad range of waste-to-energy, district energy, recycling, and solid waste management technologies and services. He specializes in providing strategic planning advice to solid waste service / system managers and owners. He has been called upon by various GBB clients in the past several years to provide an update on waste-to-energy technologies and other technologies coming forward to either convert waste to energy, fuels, or chemical feedstocks.
Margaret Eldridge is a GBB Senior Project Manager with 17 years of experience in recycling, solid waste reduction, and solid waste management. She has worked in strategic planning; solid and hazardous waste management; contract management; environmental education; events planning; and public relations. She is accomplished in all facets of project management and implementation, including planning and design; staffing and resource allocation; research and analysis; reporting and presentation; and monitoring and evaluation.