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SCIENCE ADVISORY BOARD FOR CONTAMINATED SITES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA

Registration Now Open for

Seventh Annual SABCS Conference and Workshop on Contaminated Sites

Register at


www.eply.com/ScienceAdvisoryBoardforContaminatedSitesinBritishColumbia1909122

We have secured the same convenient venues in downtown Vancouver. New lower fees for the Workshop have been introduced and are listed on the registration form.

As in previous years, a hot breakfast and a buffet lunch are provided. Each delegate receives a flash drive with presentations for the events they are attending. A delegates list is also provided.

Seventh Annual SABCS Conference
September 28, 2017
Segal Building, Room 1200 – 1500, 500 Granville Street, Vancouver, BC

Technical Workshop
September 27, 2017
Earl and Jennie Lohn Policy Room, SFU Harbourside Centre
515 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC
Provisional Workshop theme ‘Innovative Methods in Site Investigation and Evaluation’.

Sponsorship 2017

SABCS welcomes the following sustaining sponsors for this year’s Conference and Workshop:


CFA

SABCS welcomes additional sponsors for the 2017 events. For details please see Sponsorship Invitation.


 

 

Sponsorship

SABCS has appreciated support of our Sponsors in past years. Sponsorship information for the seventh annual events can be found at Sponsorship Invitation.

 

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Associate Membership Now Available

 

  See Membership link on the left, for those with less experience than required for Full Member

 

All past documents available to download on the Documents page:

SEE DISCLAIMER ON DOCUMENTS PAGE

The Science Advisory Board of Directors consists of the following:

Paul West, PhD  P.Chem President
Marc Cameron, MSc, RPBio Vice-President
Will Gaherty, MS, P.Eng Secretary Treasurer
Shannon Bard, PhD
Ian Hers, PhD, P.Eng
Mario Bianchin, PhD, P.Geo
Tiona Todoruk, PhD
Heather Osachoff, PhD
Gary Watson, B.Sc.

  Last modified: June 20, 2017

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