Recycling federation’s Autumn Convention is Oct. 21-23 in Poland.
The Bureau of International Recycling (BIR) has released the schedule for its 2007 Autumn Convention, which takes place Oct. 21-23 in Warsaw.
The host hotel for the event is the Warsaw Marriott Hotel, which the BIR describes as being in the heart of Poland’s thriving capital city. The 518-room hotel is across from the city’s Palace of Culture and includes a fitness club, an indoor pool and rooms with high-speed Internet access.
Delegates to the Convention can begin registering on Sunday, Oct. 21, in time for the five committee meetings and two Advisory Council events that take place that day.
Programming starts on Monday, Oct. 22, with Roundtable sessions on paper, plastics, stainless steels and alloys, and nonferrous metals. Also meeting that day are the BIR Boards on Shredders, Non-Ferrous Metals and Stainless Steel & Special Alloys, plus the BIR Ambassadors and Young Traders Committees.
Networking opportunities on Monday include the Young Traders’ Group party and the event’s Welcome Reception, which takes place at the Warsaw University of Technology.
The programming for Tuesday, Oct. 23 includes the Ferrous & Shredder Roundtable plus Roundtables on tires and textiles. The Ferrous and Textiles Boards also meet that day, as do the International Environment Council and the Media & Metal Separation Committee.
More information on the event can be found at the BIR Web site at www.bir.org.