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C&D Recycling Forum Heads to the West Coast

C&D Recycling Forum

Third annual event will be held Sept. 23-25, 2012, in Long Beach, Calif.

CDR Staff February 27, 2012

The C&D Recycling Forum is heading to the West Coast in the fall of 2012. The three-day event will take place Sept. 23-25 at the Hilton Long Beach & Executive Meeting Center in Long Beach, Calif.

After two successful shows in the Baltimore area, organizers Recycling Today Media Group, publishers of Construction & Demolition Recycling magazine, hope changing locations will give C&D recyclers and demolition contractors an opportunity to see what other efforts are being done nationally in C&D recycling.

“California has made great strides in its efforts to promote the recycling of C&D materials, so it only makes sense to host a show in an area that really embraces diversion and recycling of these sometimes challenging materials,” says James R. Keefe, publisher, Recycling Today Media Group. “The organizers of the C&D Recycling Forum are committed to bringing to the forefront the issues that are facing the industry on a national basis and to helping provide solutions through unmatched programming and networking opportunities.”

 
 Watch the video to find out what attendees are saying about the C&D Recycling Forum.

Sessions will cover a wide range of topics and will include case studies and information essential for building successful businesses around C&D recycling.

“For those companies that handle these materials, there really is no other conference that provides the level of industry-specific programming that you will find at the C&D Recycling Forum,” adds Keefe.

In addition to the educational programming, the attendees will also have the opportunity to network with colleagues and with those who supply equipment and services to the industry during session breaks, meals, and a reception held in the exhibit hall. Those interested in attending or learning more can visit www.CDRecycler.com/forum.
 

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