Science Advisory Board for Contaminated Sites in British Columbia
9th Annual Conference: Adapting Contaminated Sites Management to a Changing Climate
September 25 & 26, 2019, Vancouver, BC
Workshop and Conference Information
The SABCS is a non-profit Society registered under the Societies Act of British Columbia. The SABCS aims to advance the scientific understanding and management of contaminated sites in British Columbia. To promote collaboration with academic, government, and industry scientists, the SABCS organizes an annual two day workshop and conference for professionals who practice in, or have an interest in, contaminated sites. The emphasis is on practical applications of research, development and technology to contaminated sites.
The workshop consists of presentations on cutting edge topics in site evaluation, remediation, and new and emerging contaminants of interest. The workshop allows intermediate and senior level professionals to discuss management strategies.
The conference draws over 100 participants from contaminated sites consultancies, environmental analytical labs, and regulatory bodies. The conference addresses topics on contaminated site investigation, remediation, risk assessment, risk management and regulation. Attendees have the opportunity to make contacts and advance their knowledge on contaminated sites.
For more information, visit the website http://www.sabcs.chem.uvic.ca/index.html