Skip to Main Content

W2RO Webinar Series: Willow-Based Solutions for Landfill Leachate Management: A Decade of Innovation and Implementation in Southern Quebec

24 Jul 2024
1:30pm - 2:15pm EDT

W2RO WEBINAR SERIES

Waste to Resource Ontario invites you to join our informative webinars that bring together industry leaders, experts, and individuals with a shared interest in exploring innovative strategies and practical solutions for waste, recycling and resource management sector.

By participating in our webinars, you will gain access to invaluable insights from thought leaders in the field, network with professionals and organizations dedicated to sustainability, and discover real-world case studies that demonstrate a variety of topics.

Whether you represent a business, municipality, non-profit organization, or simply have a passion for environmental stewardship, our webinars offer a unique platform to learn and collaborate within W2RO. As a W2RO member, you'll have exclusive access to these informative webinars, empowering you to stay relevant and excel in today's rapidly evolving circular economy.

Stay tuned for updates on upcoming webinar dates, topics, and speakers.

If you are interested in collaborating on a webinar, please reach out to Lauryn Weinberger, lweinberger@w2ro.org

Waste to Resource Ontario (W2RO) proudly presents an exclusive webinar on "Willow-Based Solutions for Landfill Leachate Management: A Decade of Innovation and Implementation in Southern Quebec"

Landfill leachate management represents a major operational challenge for landfill operators. High volumes to manage, strict discharge standards and the ever-changing nature of leachate makes it difficult to treat this type of effluent.

Effluent volume reduction systems planted with willows have the potential to help manage leachate effectively and economically, by capitalizing on the rapid growth and high transpiration rate of willows. This type of system can help sites meet their volume discharge standards, reduce the chemical consumption of their conventional treatment plants or reduce the trucking of leachate to external treatment sites, all while capturing atmospheric carbon.

Willow plantations have the capacity to uptake various types of contaminants (notably PFAS) which are then kept onsite and not discharged back into the local watersheds.

Several willow-planted volume reduction systems have been installed since 2018 at various landfill sites located in southern Quebec. This presentation discusses the technical and scientific breakthroughs made, as well as the lessons learned over the past 10 years of implementing and operating this type of system. 

Meet Nick Leblanc. Nic holds a bachelor’s degree in environmental studies and has over 20 years of experience in the odor & residuals management industries. Nic is the father of 3x young and energetic boys and is passionate about waste reduction and composting.

Ticket Name Sale Ends Price Quantity
Non-Member 24 Jul 2024 $200.00
Member
24 Jul 2024
Free
Log In Required

24 Jul 2024
1:30pm - 2:15pm EDT

Google Calendar
iCal

  • Webinar
Bookmark/Share