Transportation professionals should mark on their calendars July 18-21, 2017 to attend the Transportation Research Board (TRB) ADC 60 (Resource Conservation and Recovery Committee) Conference. The theme of the conference is Natural Resources, Sustainability and Intermodal Connections.
The registration fee is only $199 for corporation/private firms and $149 for government/non-profit. Our annual conference will be held in Duluth, Minnesota. Please go to www.trb-adc60.org for detailed information and registration.
Our ADC 60 annual summer sessions are well attended and are known to be informational, interactive and relevant to today’s transportation challenges. Our participants especially like the networking opportunities to meet other professionals in their field of interest from throughout the United States. Our past conferences were engaging and fun to attend and the Duluth conference will be no exception.
There is a broad technical agenda that includes the following areas:
- Recycle, Reuse, Repurpose, Regenerate
- Transportation Infrastructure, Facilities, and Right of Ways as Sustainable Resources
- Aggregate Resource Sustainability and the use Of Mining and Industrial By-Products
- Intermodal Systems and Natural Resources Nexus
- Dredged Material Management and Beneficial Uses
- Sustainable Approaches to Pavement Design, Construction, and Maintenance
- Storm Water Management
- Water Treatment Technologies
- Renewable Energy
- Green Business Development
- Contaminated Site Management
- Brownfield and Mine Land Reclamation & Restoration
- Sustainable Accounting Standards
- Waste Management and Liability Management
- Resource Conservation, Recovery, Efficiency, and Resiliency
- Innovative By-Product Utilization
- Climate Adaptation
- Environmental Training
- Green Infrastructure
The conference also has field trips to local transportation projects and areas of interest.
The ADC 60 Committee hopes that we will see you at this technical conference. If you have any questions please contact me at 303-786-9111
See you in Duluth,