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Sustainable Energy


Promoting sustainability, environmental responsibility, and the latest practices and technology of the environmental industry.


SustainTech continues to be a well-attended conference that promotes sustainability and environmental responsibility and brings together industry, academia, consultants, and regulators to share ideas on new developments and technologies that help us make a better and more sustainable world.


The conference highlights the latest environmental practices and technologies from industry, consultants, and regulators to address sustainability issues over the lifecycle of Saskatchewan's principal resource sectors, including agriculture, mining, and energy.

SustainTech™ 2024

Welcome to SustainTech 2024, Saskatchewan's foremost environmental conference dedicated to fostering collaboration among industry experts, academia, consultants, and regulators. As the pinnacle event in the province, SustainTech 2024 serves as a dynamic platform for sharing groundbreaking ideas, innovations, and technologies aimed at fostering better and more sustainable practices in Saskatchewan’s principal resource sectors, including agriculture, mining, and oil and gas – as well as managing impacted sites and landfills. 
This year's conference is set to be our most comprehensive yet, spanning two days of immersive engagement. Participants can look forward to a diverse array of activities designed to facilitate knowledge exchange, networking, and skill development. The schedule includes a half-day workshop, 24 technical sessions, two compelling keynote speakers, and a regulatory session presented by the Ministry of Environment.
In response to the growing demand for specialized insights, SustainTech 2024 introduces four dedicated breakout sessions. These sessions will delve into legal best practices for geoscientists and engineers, explore the complexities of brownfield sites, and showcase innovative remediation and vapor mitigation technologies. Attendees can expect in-depth discussions, case studies, and practical strategies for addressing environmental challenges and ensuring responsible practices.
Whether you are a seasoned professional, an academic researcher, a consultant, or a regulatory representative, SustainTech 2024 offers a unique opportunity to stay at the forefront of environmental advancements. Join us as we collectively explore and shape the future of sustainability, forging connections that will drive positive change in Saskatchewan and beyond.


There are 3 ticket options:

If you are a speaker, a promo code for your registration will be supplied.


To access Member pricing, please log into your Member account.

  • Member SustainTech - $400 (you will have the option to add on the workshop for $125 during the registration process)

  • Non-Member SustainTech - $500 (you will have the option to add on the workshop for $125 during the registration process)

  • Workshop Only - $200 Select this if you are not planning to attend SustainTech


Registration is Now Open!


Beyond Data 2024 SustainTech Workshop Conceptual Site Models In Site Characterization And Remediation

Presenter: Guy Patrick, GeoEnviroPro

March 20, 2024  08:00 - 12:15

Capacity is 90 attendees


“Beyond Data” takes investigation and interpretation of site contamination to a new level, giving you an indepth understanding of the big picture – the use of a Conceptual Site Model (“CSM”). In this highly interactive workshop, we break into teams of 3 to 5 persons and tackle challenging tasks as we learn the key elements of an effective CSM. Each team member is provided strategically linked, downloadable lecturettes, to gain an understanding of current and innovative approaches to site investigation, risk management and cleanup. The workshop uses many real-world examples and the latest concepts in adult learning to put you into the critical learning zone, gaining competency in the assessment and interpretation of environmental data, and in the communication of your findings. Using synthetic data sets, we’ll sketch out stratigraphic cross-sections, post and contour data, examine fate and transport processes, think, hypothesize, test and write. We’ll learn the art of integration – examining physical, chemical and biochemical data sets within the context of subsurface hydrogeological and historical settings to help you develop a CSM for every site you work on.

Preliminary Schedule

*Subject to change

March 20th


7:30 am - Workshop Registration

8:00 am - 12:45 pm Workshop (including lunch for workshop attendees)

12:30 pm - Exhibit Hall and SustainTech Registration 

1:00 pm - 2:15 pm Welcome and Keynote Address Corinne Shuster-Wallace, the Executive Director of the Global Institute for Water Security (USask)

2:30 pm - 4:00 pm Technical Sessions

4:00 pm - Networking Reception



March 21st


8:00 am - Coffee | Networking | Exhibit Hall

9:00 am - 10:00 am Welcome and Keynote Address "Moving Forward, Towards Truth and Reconciliation" by Lyndon Linklater

10:30 am - Regulatory Session #1 “Ministry of Environment Update”, by Wes Kotyk, Assistant Deputy Minister, Environmental Protection Division, Ministry of Environment 

11:00 am - Regulatory Session #2 “Saskatchewan’s Duty to Consult; First Nation and Metis Consultation Policy Framework, 2023”, by Graham Biletski, Senior Consultation Advisor, Aboriginal Consultation Unit, Ministry of Government Relations

11:30 am - Regulatory Session #3 “Discussion of Responsibility for Environmentally Impacted Sites”, by Ryan Malley, Crown Counsel, Civil Law Branch, Ministry of Justice and Attorney General

12:00 pm - Lunch | Networking | Exhibit Hall

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Technical Sessions

4:00 pm - Closing Remarks | Reception | Exhibit Hall



Thank you to our 2023 SustainTech™ Sponsors for helping to support our mission and bring life to our vision as well as assisting us in providing value to our members and stakeholders.

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