Sustainabilitylive! call for papers now open
26 August 2010, News release from Sustainabilitylive! 2011
Sustainabilitylive! organiser, Faversham House Group, has opened the call for papers for the 2011 conference and seminar programme.
Sustainabilitylive!, the UK's leading event for excellence and innovation in the environment, water, land, energy and sustainable business sectors, will be featuring an extensive technical programme which provides visitors with up-to-date industry news and developments, legislation issues and industry best practices.
The 2011 programme will be more driven by research and market desires than in previous years and will focus on the areas of sustainability that are most relevant. The Sustainabilitylive! team are particularly interested in hearing about the following topics within the contaminated land, water, environment and energy sectors.
· Electric vehicles
· Energy management in large commercial and industrial buildings
· Feed-in tariffs
· Grants and financing
· Spill control and land clean up
· Liability and risk assessment
· Soil washing
· Asbestos clean up
· New technologies possibly including pyrolysis
· Land regeneration
· Transitional land
· Remediated land as an asset to the community and local businesses
· Sustainable water management
· Flood management
· Innovation in treatment technologies
· Carbon reduction
· Anaerobic digestion
· Catchment area management
· Water footprint
· Embedded water
· Private sewers
· Green transport
· Spill control including oil spills
· Recycling and waste management
· Monitoring of emissions and MCERTS
· Air pollution and odour control
For entry into the 2011 seminar programme papers should be submitted by Friday 5th November 2010 via www.sustainabilitylive.com/callforpapers. Or for more information contact Antonia Webster, Marketing Executive, on 020 8651 7069 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sustainabilitylive! is the UK's leading event for excellence and innovation in the environment, water, land, energy and sustainable business sectors, taking place on 24-26 May 2011 at the NEC Birmingham. Tackling the issues facing organisations today, the event will feature hundreds of exhibitors, an extensive seminar and conference programme, master classes, key industry experts and innovative ideas.
For further information please email Sustainabilitylive! 2011