On September 21, 2023, the 7th Annual Excess Soils Symposium will provide a first-rate update on the business of excess soils and new regulations impacting construction and cleanup projects.

This year, with the goal to make the event content as inclusive and geographically diverse as possible, we are providing an open call for participation. Do you have a compelling technical abstract ready to share? Are you interested in pitching a panel topic or participating in a panel? We encourage you to submit your suggestions here.

Toronto Region Board of Trade | First Canadian Place | Exchange Tower

At our exciting new venue, the Toronto Region Board of Trade (100 Queen’s Quay East), we are prepared to gather more than 300 attendees, including provincial ministers, municipal staffers, construction developers, industry stakeholders, engineers, project managers, qualified professionals, fill site operators, media and more.

Excess Soils Symposium 2023

This symposium will offer our most interactive update on the business of excess soils and new regulations impacting construction and cleanup projects. The comprehensive conversations will provide a multi-stakeholder approach on new regulations and evolving developments, including perspectives on land use planning, development issues, environmental impacts, best practices, digital innovations, and more.

Read the 2022 Symposium highlights here.

Find out more about the 2023 Symposium and get your tickets here.

Symposium offers strategies for a new era in excess soils - The Environment Journal

Featured image from the 2022 Excess Soils Symposium. Innovative Initiatives Panel, from left to right: Todd Latham of Actual Media Inc.; Kevin Goldberg of SoilFLO; Monisha Nandi of Kilmer Brownfield Management Ltd.; Krista Barfoot of the Canadian Brownfields Network; Meggen Janes of Geosyntec Consultants; and, Bruce Tunnicliffe of Vertex Environmental Inc.

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