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ANNOUNCING 2022 Conference!!

The Federation of New York Solid Waste Associations Conference with Trade Show will be held from May 22 – 25, 2022 (Sunday – Wednesday). It is THE traditional annual gathering of the “Who’s Who” of private and public New York professionals for continuing education, regulatory policy and equipment and product updates.

CONFERENCE INCLUDES

  • 2 1/2 Days of Presentations
  • Over 75 Technical Sessions
  • 700 Attendees from 23 States
  • Adirondack Mountain Settings with Luxurious Accommodations
  • Comprehensive Industry Update
  • Educational Trade Show
  • Recreational Activities
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

  • Solid Waste Managers
  • Recycling Professionals
  • Organics Specialists
  • Sustainability Coordinators
  • Product Stewardship Policy Makers
  • Landfill Operators
  • Plant Engineers
  • Public Educators
  • Finance Managers
  • Engineers
  • Health & Safety Professionals
  • Planning Coordinators
  • Regulators
ABOUT THE FEDERATION
The Federation of New York Solid Waste Associations (Federation) is a multifaceted organization. Included under the Federation’s organizational umbrella are the:

  • NYS Chapter of the Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA)
  • NYS Association For Solid Waste Management (NYSASWM)
  • NYS Association For Reduction, Reuse & Recycling (NYSAR3)
THE FEDERATION'S GOALS...
  • Develop appropriate public policy and legislative recommendations for consideration by state and federal representatives
  • Coordinate memberships and mailings
  • Coordinate and hold joint conference annually
  • NYS Legislative Update, February 16, 2016
MULTI-CONSTITUENT ASPECT OF THE FEDERATION
Each of the three member Associations has developed a mission statement which reflects their individual goals to promote sound solid waste management practices which are in concert with the New York State solid waste management hierarchy, being the reduction, reuse, recycling, resource recovery through waste-to-energy facilities and landfilling of discarded materials.

“The Federation’s structure and extensive networking capability — through its annual conference — are the envy of most state and many national solid waste and recycling organizations. Our broad base of public, private and not-for-profit recyclers, composters and waste managers, coupled with industry business people, brings all the right decision makers together.”
– Meg Morris, Past Chairperson