Session D -- Waste Management in Small and Remote Communities

Sponsored by Capital Paper

Thursday, May 18, 3:30 - 5:00 p.m. -- Michelangelo A

MMSolid Waste Management for Northern and Remote Communties -- Molly Morse, Environment and Climate Change Canada
Molly Morse is a Senior Program Scientist with Environment and Climate Change Canada's Waste Reduction and Management Division. She has over 15 years of experience in waste management at municipal and federal government levels, ranging from policy development and planning to technical analysis and field experience. She discovered her interest in northern and remote issues through working with territorial and provincial governments to improve waste management in Canada. For the past few years, she has been working closely with the territorial governments and others to develop practical waste management guidance that recognizes the unique circumstances of northern and remote regions.


BJDesigning and Constructing Landfills in Remote Communities --  Bob Jardine, Associated Engineering
Bob Jardine is a Certified Engineering Technologist with Associated Engineering with over 12 years of experience in the construction of Class II and Secure Landfills in British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan. Working alongside Norm Richards P.Eng. of NLR Associates, Bob has been involved with each phase of the design from drafting and inspection, to contract administration and design lead.






MLThe True Cost of Landfill Closures -- Michel Lefebvre, XCG Consulting

Michel is a member of both the SWANA Northern Lights executive (Treasurer) and training faculty, involved in MOLO, landfill operations, transfer station and fire management training programs. He is a manager in Tetra Tech’s Solid Waste Management Practice, located in the Edmonton office.

Michel has 20 years’ experience in civil and solid waste engineering and design (both nationally and internationally), and has supervised the construction of numerous landfill infrastructure projects, including landfill gas collection systems, storm water and leachate management systems, and lateral expansions of landfills. In addition, Michel has developed numerous landfill integrated design and operations plans, environmental monitoring plans, and landfill risk assessments.