By Andrew Macklin
July 31, 2015 – Rock to Road is pleased to announce its first–ever industry webinar series, presenting information on issues impacting the Canadian aggregates and road construction industry.
This fall, experts in the fields of energy management, cold in-place recycling and water management will provide participants with an in-depth look into each subject and how it impacts business operations on a daily business.
Each webinar will last one hour, with a 45-minute presentation followed by a 15-minute question and answer period. The cost is just $25 to register, and that includes exclusive access to the presentation after it has been completed.
Here are the details of each presentation.
Energy Management for Pits & Quarries
Join David Arkell, President and CEO of 360 Energy as he discusses the best practices for energy management for aggregate operations. Arkell will discuss how contractors can develop an effective energy management program that can make an operation more efficient with its energy usage, potentially saving you thousands of dollars on the bottom line.
Date: Tuesday, September 29th
Time: 2:00p.m. EST
Newest Technologies for Cold In-Place Recycling
Ludomir Uzarowski of Golder Associates presents on the latest technologies for cold in-place recycling. Ludomir will discuss the current technologies already available, what’s new in the development of cold in-place recycling, and what new innovations we can expect in the years to come.
Date: Wednesday, October 28th
Time: 11:00a.m. EST
Registration coming soon.
Water Management for Pits and Quarries
Industry veteran David Hanratty of Golder Associates presents on the subject of water management for pits and quarries. Hanratty will look at ways to use less water, more efficiently on the worksite, as well as some of the newest technologies that are making it easier for pit and quarry owners to cut down on their water use.
Date: Tuesday, November 24th
Time: 2:00p.m. EST
Sponsorship opportunities are also available for each of these webinars. For more information, please contact Laura Goodwin at email@example.com.
Any other inquiries regarding the upcoming webinars should be sent to Rock to Road Editor Andrew Macklin at firstname.lastname@example.org.