Upcoming events

    • 08 Apr 2016
    • 31 Dec 2017
    • NAHMMA

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    This book provides solid waste management professionals, municipal officials, chemical waste handlers, environmental students, and others with a comprehensive look at the state of HHW management.
    This book is a guide to the Hazardous Materials Regulations. It should not be used as a substitute. This book contains select portions of the most commonly used parts of the Hazardous Materials Regulations.

    This training is intended for those with direct, supervisory and oversight responsibilities for efficiently and safely handling Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) and Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator (CESQG) waste.

    This guide condenses valuable insights and analysis into an accessible yet deep view of the facility design process, charting a path through some of the complex and detailed regulatory issues.

    • 06 Jul 2017
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Town of Gilbert, 4760 S. Greenfield Rd., Gilbert, AZ 85297

    RCRA Refresher Training

    Thursday, July 6th

    If you missed our annual RCRA Refresher you can still keep your certification up to date as we offer the class one last time as a make up!
    Town of Gilbert
    4760 S Greenfield Rd.
    Gilbert, Az. 85297

    NAHMMA Members: $110
    Non-Members: $135
    • 23 Jul 2017
    • 25 Jul 2017
    • Sanibel Harbour Marriott Resort

    SWANA FL 2017 Summer Conference and Hinkley Center Colloquium

    Make plans to attend the premier solid waste conference and tradeshow in the southeast – the SWANA FL 2017 Summer Conference and Hinkley Center Colloquium – July 23-25, 2017, at the Sanibel Harbour Marriott Resort.

    This summer the SWANA Florida Sunshine Chapter is partnering with the Hinkley Center and Lee County to bring you the best opportunity to
     Work, Play and Learn. Our annual conference is being held in conjunction with the Hinkley Center Colloquium, an academic seminar showcasing the center’s sponsored research projects, and this year it’s an all-star line-up! We’re also touring Lee County’s Resource Recovery Campus as part of our program.
    Network with some of the best minds in the solid waste industry, earn continuing education hours and enjoy beautiful Fort Myers, only minutes away from the pristine beaches of Sanibel Island!

    Event Description: This multi-day conference will include general sessions on best practices in the solid waste management profession, an exhibit hall, technology roundtables, a golf tournament, a technical tour, networking events and more.

    Who Should Attend: Local, state and municipal government solid waste directors, managers, regulators, operators and coordinators; in addition to private sector consulting engineers and suppliers of materials and equipment used in the management of solid waste.


    Preliminary Schedule of Events (updated 6/15/17)


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    June 30, 2017
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    June 30, 2017

    SWANA Members:                          

    Full Conference – Sunday/Monday/Tuesday $275 $325
    Single Day – Monday $175 $225
    Single Day – Tuesday $125 $175
    Exhibitor (includes 6’ table & 1 full conference registration) $575 $625
    Exhibitor (includes full 8’ x 10’ booth & 1 full conference registration) $775 $825

    Non Members:                               

    Full Conference – Sunday/Monday/Tuesday $425 $475
    Single Day – Monday $275 $325
    Single Day – Tuesday $225 $275
    Exhibitor (includes 6’ table & 1 full conference registration) $775 $825
    Exhibitor (includes full 8’ x 10’ booth & 1 full conference registration) $975 $1025


    Single Day Speaker – Full Conference – Sunday/Monday/Tuesday $225 $275
    Single Day Speaker – Monday $125 $175
    Single Day Speaker - Tuesday $75 $125
    Young Professional (35 and under) and
    Retired Members (full conference)
    $200 $250
    Student/Regulatory Agency Complimentary (meals excluded)

    Join SWANA and save!  One of the benefits of membership is discounted conference registration.  Members pay only $275 for full conference registration.  That's $150 off the early-bird fee!  Click HERE for membership details and sign up today.
    Full conference registration includes welcome reception on Sunday; breakfast, lunch and dinner on Monday; and breakfast and lunch on Tuesday. Single day registration includes meals scheduled on that day only.
    Tabletop exhibits and full 8’ x 10’ booths are available to showcase your products and/or services. Each exhibit registration includes one conference registration. Tables and booths are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. Take advantage of this opportunity to network with Florida’s solid waste directors, managers, engineers, consultants and other decision makers.

    Click here for additional details/diagram.

    Note: The registration deadline for exhibitors to be included in participant materials is July 2, 2017.

    By actively supporting this event, your organization will benefit by strengthening its prominence as a leader in the solid waste industry, by enhancing your product awareness, by increasing your brand recognition and by increasing your sales and marketing outreach capabilities.

    Click here for sponsorship details.

    Note: The registration deadline for sponsors to be included in participant materials and on signage is July 2, 2017.

    The SWANA FL 2017 Summer Conference and Hinkley Center Colloquium will be held at Sanibel Harbour Marriott Resort. A block of rooms is available for participants who wish to stay over. To make your reservation, click HERE or contact the hotel directly at 1-800-767-7777 to receive the discounted rate of $131 per night. Be sure to mention SWANA FL to receive this great rate, which is available until July 3, 2017. Call today and reserve your room!
    Sanibel Harbour Marriott Resort
    17260 Harbour Point Drive
    Fort Myers, FL 33908

    The Billy W. Gilley Memorial Golf Tournament will take place on Sunday, July 23 at 9:00 a.m. at The Dunes Golf & Tennis Club. The cost is $125 and includes green fee, golf cart, breakfast, BBQ lunch, drinks, prizes and more. Winners will be announced during the Monday night dinner. Don’t miss this chance to tee off on an award-winning course designed by PGA Tour Winner Mark McCumber!
    Lee County will host an afternoon tour of its Resource Recovery Campus on Monday, July 24. Participants must be pre-registered. Transportation will be provided. Please pick up a box lunch in the exhibit hall and meet in the hotel lobby. Buses will depart promptly at 12:45 p.m.
    Tour highlights include 1836 TPD waste-to-energy facility, redesigned scale house facility, 1000 TPD transfer station, 500 TPD construction and demolition debris recycling facility, 30 TPH materials recycling facility, public drop off area, yard waste processing, tire processing, retail compost outlet, fleet storage yard and fleet maintenance facility.

    Click here for additional tour details.
    Attendees will have the opportunity to earn up to 12 CEUs toward their SWANA recertification and up to 7 CEUs toward State of Florida continuing education requirements for operators by attending the conference. Professional Engineers will also have the opportunity to earn continuing education course hours. Please be sure to stop by the registration desk for the necessary paperwork.
    Refunds, less $25 processing fee, will be issued upon receipt of written request by July 2, 2017.  Due to meal guarantees, no refunds will be issued after July 2, 2017, and we will invoice for no-shows who do not cancel by July 2, 2017.  Please send requests for refunds and cancellations to info@swanafl.org.

    • 13 Aug 2017
    • 18 Aug 2017
    • Sheraton Sand Key Resort

    Sunday, Aug. 13, 2017 - Friday, Aug. 18, 2017
    Sheraton Sand Key Resort
    CLICK HERE for a Tentative Agenda


    2017 Conference Hotel

    1160 Gulf Blvd., Clearwater Beach, Florida 33767

    The call in number is 727-595-1611, use code NHO8AA
    Or Click here to reserve online - $139.00/night

    Conference pricing information: 
    *Please note, there will be no refunds after 7/31/2017


     Registration Type 


    NAHMMA Member Registration


    Non-Member Registration


    Member One Day Registration (meals included)


    Non-Member One Day Registration (meals included)


    Trainer/Speaker attending session only (meals excluded)



    Training/Tour pricing information:  click link for info



    Registration Type 



    8-Hour HAZWOPER Refresher Training

    Included w/Reg.

     Included w/Reg.

    Chemistry for Non-Chemists Training



    Disaster Debris Management Training



    DOT Hazardous Materials Training



    Explosive & Highly Reactive Chemicals Training


    Facility Design Training $335  $525
    HAZWOPER Train-the-Trainer $175
    HHW Tour $75
    HHW/CESQG (VSQG) Operational Training $700
    (exam fee $250)
    (exam fee $250)
    Identification of Unknowns Training $80
    Small Business (SQG) Tour  $75
    SQG New Inspector Training Included w/Reg.
     Included w/Reg.

    *All conference fees must be paid in order for you to receive your conference badge at check-in and to attend any activities. In the event your registration fees are unpaid you will not receive certificates for training.


    Earn as much as 13 SWANA Continuing Education Credits at the conference this year.  That will get you well on your way to earning the 30 CEUs needed every three years to maintain a variety of SWANA certifications.

    *Click here to be directed to the Sponsor/Exhibitor registration for this event 


    • 14 Aug 2017
    • 17 Aug 2017
    • Sheraton Sand Key Resort - Clearwater, Florida

    CLICK HERE to download the brochure

    • 16 Oct 2017
    • 8:00 AM
    • 17 Oct 2017
    • McMenamins Edgefield - Troutdale, Oregon

    Greetings Potential Sponsor:

    The North American Hazardous Materials Management Association (NAHMMA) Pacific Northwest Chapter would like to extend an invitation to your organization to have an opportunity to sponsor our 2017 NAHMMA regional event from October 16-17, 2017 near Portland at McMenamins Edgefield in Troutdale, Oregon.

    Our program this year will include some of the traditional 3-speaker panels, but will also introduce a new interactive format designed to facilitate discussion of problems and solutions in our industry.  Topic areas will include:  collection operations, education/behavior change, business outreach & assistance, product stewardship and chemical policy.

    We are planning a reception Monday evening October 16th from 5-7pm and would like you to be at your table during that time to meet and visit with attendees.  We really want you to be a part of the conference and not “stuck” behind your table for extended periods of time.  Your registration will allow for participation in conference activities and meals for one person at the Supporting level and two at the Sustaining level.  Please feel free to join in the conference activities!

    Who Attends?

    • City, county and state government officials
    • Environmental consulting firms and non-profit organizations
    • Waste management and recycling industry leaders and manufacturers
    • Educators and educational institution representatives

    Why Contribute?

    • Premium brand exposure and company engagement with an important sub-set of the industry
    • Build relationships with buyers, leaders and decision makers
    • Share your experience and expertise with a direct target audience
    • Support NAHMMA on a local level

    Sponsor Opportunities:

    Registration includes Monday and Tuesday lunches and sessions.

    We will have a reception in the Ballroom from 5 to 7 pm on Monday October 16.  We ask that sponsors are present at their table during this reception time.  Please join in conference activities at other times as your schedule allows.

    Set up time: Monday 9:30a-10:30a OR 3:30 to 5 pm (Your choice)

    Tear down:  Monday-7p-8p  OR Tuesday 3p-3:30p (Your choice)

    If you have any further questions, please contact Kari Meyer at kari.meyer@oregonmetro.gov or Emmanuel Rivera at Emmanuel.Rivera@kingcounty.gov


    PNW NAHMMA Regional Conference Planning Committee

Past events

15 Jun 2017 June 15 Webinar: So you want to do a NAHMMA webinar?
26 May 2017 Southern California NAHMMA Chapter Workshop
19 May 2017 Northeast Chapter NAHMMA Conference 2017
18 May 2017 May 18 Webinar: Lowering the Costs of Latex Paint by Sorting and Bulking Materials Differently
12 May 2017 Northern California NAHMMA Chapter Workshop
04 May 2017 Heartland Workshop
01 May 2017 2017 Rocky Mountain Chapter Conference Sponsor Opportunities
01 May 2017 2017 Rocky Mountain Chapter Conference
27 Apr 2017 Southwest Chapter RCRA/DOT Refresher Training
20 Apr 2017 April 20 Webinar: Problem with Emerging Wastes - Ammunition Disposal
16 Mar 2017 March 16 Webinar: Reblended Paint Program at Leon County
26 Jan 2017 HAZWOPER Refresher Training
19 Jan 2017 January 19 Webinar: Sorting Facts from Hype in Science News
22 Dec 2016 December 22 Webinar: Maximizing Recycling and Recovery of HHW
17 Nov 2016 November 17 Webinar: Getting the Most From Your NAHMMA Membership & Marketing Your HHW Program
27 Oct 2016 October 27 Webinar: Through the Looking Glass - The Past, Present and Future of HHW
10 Oct 2016 2016 NAHMMA Conference Sponsorship Opportunities
09 Oct 2016 2016 NAHMMA National Conference
22 Sep 2016 September 22 Webinar: Handling Radioactive Waste in HHW and Trash
18 Aug 2016 August 18 Webinar: Household Hazardous Waste and Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator Programs
28 Jul 2016 July 28 Webinar: Implementing a Universal Waste Program for government operations
16 Jun 2016 Better Strategies for Sustainable E-waste Management
19 May 2016 Bulking, Loose Packing and Lab Packing for HHW Programs
09 May 2016 2016 Rocky Mountain Chapter Conference Sponsor Opportunities
08 May 2016 2016 Rocky Mountain Chapter Conference
05 May 2016 Southwest Chapter RCRA Refresher
02 May 2016 2016 Florida Hazardous Materials Workshop - Sponsor/Exhibitor Reg.
02 May 2016 2016 Florida Chapter Workshop
21 Apr 2016 Mercury Thermostats: Taking Advantage of Product Stewardship Groups
17 Mar 2016 Paint Collection, Paint to Paint Recycling, and Other Uses for Collected Paint

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