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Education and Outreach

As part of the SPC's education and outreach, it holds several in-person and online meetings and educational events a year. The SPC believes it will require collaboration throughout the supply chain to affect the change needed to realize sustainable packaging. As a result, the SPC continually looks for opportunities to advance its mission through participation in and hosting of conferences and meetings.


SPC January Open Forum - A comparison of anaerobic digestion, composting, and landfilling for source


Wednesday, January 16, 2013
11:00 am - 12:00 pm EST

Dr. Tej Gidda and Dr. Monica Radulescu from Conestoga Rovers and Associates will present research comparing anaerobic digestion, composting, and landfilling for source separated organics. 

Dr. Tej Gidda, Engineer, PhD, P. Eng
Dr. Tej Gidda is an Principal with CRA and has a Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering from the University of Guelph.  His main focus is the investigation of alternative waste processing technologies including aerobic treatment of SSO and anaerobic digestion, and has a particular emphasis on composting on a large scale.  Tej has been involved in projects related to SSO in a number of jurisdictions, and across a range of collection systems and processing technologies.

Dr. Monica Radulescu,  Hydrogeologist, PhD, P. Geo
Dr. Monica Radulescu is a hydrogeologist and has been with CRA since 2006.  She holds a Masters degree in Environmental Management and a Doctoral degree in Geology. Her experience includes studies in the field of sustainable development with a focus on GHG inventories and Life Cycle Assessment (LCA). In the area of sustainability, Monica  has developed standardized Life Cycle Inventory data collections, including GHGs. 

To Attend
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