FINAL EVENT UPDATE - Register by January 9!

SEIMA is inviting you to attend the last

Regional Waste Management, Transfer Station 

and Landfill Information Session 

04 January 2015

The Saskatchewan Environmental Industry and Managers’ Association (SEIMA), in partnership with the Saskatchewan Ministry of the Environment, hosted a series of full day workshops in November, aimed at improving provincial waste management practices and creating opportunities for all workshop registrants and officials to learn from each other. (This is the inaugural Project for SEIMA as we start our 2014-15 Workshop and Conference Series).

Each November Workshop discussed plans and opportunities to develop a broader waste management strategy, and to explore emerging policies and developments with respect to transfer stations and regional landfills. In addition, the workshops also included speakers and resource people to touch on such topics as:

  • Waste Stewardship;
  • Recycling;
  • Littering and Control of Illegal Dump Sites;
  • Burning;
  • Procedures in Landfill Design, Operation, and Closure; AND
  • the newly adopted Environmental Code.


Over 150 representatives of local governments participated in the November workshops. Comments from participants include:

"The regional waste management session was very informative and it is good to hear that government wants to work with communities to bring them into compliance".

"The presentations on the landfills and transfer stations were well done and provided a good overview to what is required in design, operation and closure".

"The sessions were a good way to network and share ideas".

"The presentations opened my eyes on the importance of responsible environmental management and protection".

"The presentation on unauthorized dumping and littering was enjoyable and relevant to every community in Saskatchewan".

There is one more workshop left -- on January 14 in Prince Albert. You still have time to register!


The Registration Fee for the full-day Workshop will be $100.00 plus GST for a total of $105.00 (with lunch included at no extra cost). The session will be held from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm at the Travelodge. This event is sponsored by the Saskatchewan Research Council. To register, please click on the link below.

Prince Albert - Deadline 2015-01-09


Thank you to our sponsors:



We look forward to seeing you at this important Regional Workshops!

This is your final opportunity to learn more about an evolving regulatory landscape, and the design and infrastructure management opportunities in your area!




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SustainTech 2015

March 19, 2015 - Radisson Hotel, Saskatoon SK



SEIMA's first SustainTech Conference will be held March 19, 2015 at the Radisson Hotel in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

SustainTech is a conference that will promote sustainability and environmental responsibility, and bring together industry, academia, consultants and regulators to share ideas on new developments and technologies that will help us make a better and more sustainable world.

The conference will highlight the latest environmental practices and technologies from industry, consultants and regulators in Saskatchewan's resource sectors, including mining, oil and gas, and commercial industries.


SEIMA is accepting technical abstracts focused in, but not limited to, the following areas:

  • regulatory issues
  • remediation
  • reclamation
  • water technologies
  • low impact development
  • green technologies
  • environmental considerations in the extraction of natural resources
  • sustainable technologies for industry
  • sustainable energy technologies
  • oil and gas development
  • facility operations, industrial issues and technologies
  • protection and sustainable management of water resources
  • pipeline development

Deadline for submission is January 16, 2015. Details are available by e-mailing



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