April 20, 2017 SWANA Land of Lincoln Chapter Safety Summit
Thank you to all of our attendees, speakers, and our host Standard Equipment. Presentations from the event are provided below:
David Biderman, SWANA
John Sliwicki, ARM, CRIS, VP of Risk Management, Lakeshore Recycling Services
Lee Polly, Safety Specialist, City of Chicago,Department of Fleet and Facility Management
Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety – DOT Compliance
John Jones, IDOT
John Malabarba, Safety Specialist, City of Chicago, Department of Aviation - Midway
Paul Wagner, Republic Services
The SWANA Land of Lincoln Board of Directors wishes to thank Standard Equipment for hosting this event at their facility.
October 6, 2016
Fall Workshop and Golf Outing:
C&D Recovery and Management
The SWANA Land of Lincoln Chapter hosted an exciting morning workshop agenda covering many aspects of C&D recovery and management. Presentations can be found below:
Bill Turley, CDRA Executive Director: C&D Recovery Industry Overview
Walter Willis, SWALCO Executive Director: Lake Co. C&D Ordinance
Chris Lipman, Cook Co. Dept. of Environmental Control Solid Waste Coordinator: Cook Co. C&D Ordinance
KJ Loerop, K.Hoving Recycling and Disposal Vice President: Recovered Market Material Considerations
Anne Nicklin, BMRA Executive Director: Deconstruction Options
Rich Golf, Lakeshore Recycling Systems Managing Partner: Advancements in C&D Sorting Technology
John Schumacher, Assurance Agency Senior Vice President: Managing C&D with Safety in Mind
The SWANA Land of Lincoln Chapter Board wishes to thank our sponsors for this year's workshop:
Brick Sponsors - General Kinematics, Groot Industries
Wood Sponsors - CB&I, Cornerstone Environmental, InterWrap, K.Hoving Companies, Lakeshore Recycling Systems, MBL Recycling, Republic Services, SWALCO, SWANCC, Willco Green
Straw Sponsor - Land and Lakes
May 18, 2016 Facility Tour
Lakeshore Recycling Systems:
Single-Stream MRF and
C&D Processing Tour
Wednesday May 18, 2016
The SWANA Land of Lincoln Chapter tsponsored a tour of Lakeshore Recycling Systems' Heartland Recycling Facility in Forest View.
The Heartland Recycling Facility includes a new single-stream recycling system which began operation in March 2016, as well as construction and demolition debris processing operations. The tour will include both operations, and provide additional opportunity for questions and discussion.
Attendees should wear closed-toe shoes and long pants, as we will be touring active operating areas. If any personal protective equipment is required, registrants will be notified in advance of the tour or it will be provided at the facility.
The facility is located at 6201 West Canal Bank Road (near Harlem Avenue and I-55).
For directions, visit the company's website at http://www.lrsrecycles.com/recycling-facilities/heartland-recycling-center/
March 22, 2016 Workshop
“Love It” or “Leave It”:
What is the Real Story on Glass?
Be part of the conversation on container glass and its presence in the curbside recycling stream. Hear from a panel of experts representing a range of industry perspectives (click on the presenter's name to download a copy of their presentation):
Collector: Susan Robinson, Federal Public Affairs Director, Waste Management. Drawing on national data and environmental analyses to examine the role of glass recycling in Sustainable Material Management and the Circular Economy; efforts across the value chain to improve recycling solutions for glass collected in curbside recycling programs.
MRF Operator: Greg Maxwell, Vice President, Resource Management Companies. Receiving, processing, and marketing post-consumer container glass from Midwest residential curbside recycling programs.
Glass Recycler: Curt Bucey, Executive Vice President, Strategic Materials. Identifying markets and manufacturing options for glass cullet, and assessing environmental and economic impacts of the use of recycled glass as cullet quality has changed over time.
Glass Container Industry: Lynn Bragg, President, Glass Packaging Institute. Manufacturing needs and challenges when using recycled glass and importance of recycled glass cullet in production of new glass containers.
2015 FALL WORKSHOP: MANAGING RECYCLABLES
ANNUAL MEETING and 9-HOLE SCRAMBLE GOLF OUTING
OCTOBER 13, 2015
The Village Links of Glen Ellyn
485 Winchell Way, Glen Ellyn, IL
The Illinois Land of Lincoln Chapter of SWANA, in cooperation with the Illinois Chapter of NWRA, invites you to join us for a day of education, networking, and Oktoberfest Fun
THE TIMES THEY ARE A CHANGIN'
Will changes in prices and behavior impact how the industry manages recyclables?
Chaz Miller, National Waste & Recycling Assoc., Director of Policy/Advocacy
Susan Robinson, Waste Management, Federal Public Affairs Director
David Biderman, Solid Waste Assoc. of North America, CEO & Exec. Director
Fall Workshop: Energy From Waste
The Illinois Chapter of SWANA met in Glen Ellyn for a morning workshop discussing technical and financial considerations in the development of projects producing energy from waste. Recent project developments and insight into the current status of the regulatory and financing aspects impacting development were presented.
Presenters included industry representatives and consultants, a USEPA Landfill Methane Outreach Program (LMOP) contractor, and legal and financial experts. The morning workshop concluded with a panel discussion with all of the presenters. Presentations can be found below:
April 15, 2014 Dinner Meeting Presentations
Presentations from the meeting are located here:
TOPIC: MANAGING FOOD SCRAPS IN ILLINOIS - THE POTENTIAL ROLE OF ANAEROBIC DIGESTION AND AN UPDATE FROM THE ILLINOIS FOOD SCRAP COALITION
CRT Glass Management Challenge Presentation Now Available
Thank you to those who attended this highly successful event.