AMERICANA 2005 to be held in April

March 4, 2005

AMERICANA 2005 will be held April 6-8, 2005 at the Montreal Convention Center. AMERICANA is held every two years and is the largest environmental technologies trade show and conference in the Americas. The theme for AMERICANA 2005 is Eco-City: Generating Sustainable Environmental Solutions.

Conference speakers are from business, industry, public and institutional organizations, engineering and consulting firms and universities. They will present studies, projects, technological solutions and real-life examples that have obtained tangible results. About 60 percent of the conference program focuses on Canadian topics and the rest from abroad. The presentations are in French or English with simultaneous translation available in all sessions.

The three-day conference will have workshops, panels, technological showcases and case studies on a range of essential environmental issues including:

  • Air and Climate Change
  • Drinking Water / Municipal and Industrial Wastewater
  • Soil Remediation and Groundwater
  • Solid Waste Management
  • Market Development and Business Opportunities
  • Sustainable Urban Development

The conference program is now available online and will be updated as sessions are added.

Source: Morin Public Relations

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