The Environmental Services Association of Alberta (ESAA) is presenting EnviroTech 2022 as an in-person event on April 20-22 at the Hyatt Regency in Calgary. Event organizers have now released the final event agenda in anticipation of the return to an in-person event.

Considerable work is conducted by the environmental sector in Alberta and across Canada.  EnviroTech 2022 is providing a forum for industry experts to present these leading edge technologies and solutions. Sponsors and participating organizations include: industry, consultants, service providers, government, academic institutions, and private sector organizations active in the environment sector. Environment Journal is a proud media sponsor of this event.

The two-day technical program will consist of more than 40 platform presentations grouped into sessions chaired by environmental industry leaders. The program includes the following themes: water, climate change, air, waste, testing, decommissioning, and Indigenous. In addition to the technical presentations, the program will also feature dynamic panel discussions, interesting keynotes presentations, engaging networking sessions, and a virtual exhibition area.

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Mike Toffan, Executive Director, founder of Project Forest and General Manager of Reclamation and Forestry for Tree Time Services, is one of the keynote speakers.



The EnviroTech 2022 program features the following:

  • 28 technical presentations
  • Project Forest Update
  • Thursday Lunch Keynote: ‘Canada Today and Tomorrow’, Andrew Coyne, Globe and Mail, CBC News At Issue Panel
  • Friday Lunch Keynote: Jay Ingram, Science Writer, Broadcaster, Former Host of Discovery Channel’s Daily Planet
  • ESAA Annual General Meeting and Wine and Cheese Reception
  • Bourbon, Beef and the Blues Reception
  • Exhibits, Networking and much more
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Andrew Coyne


Award-winning political journalist Andrew Coyne of Postmedia will be providing the luncheon keynote on “Canada, Today and Tomorrow.”



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