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Sunday, October 30, 2016

Looking for an opportunity to speak to industry leaders on current issues, hot topics and thought-provoking ideas? The Alberta Sand and Gravel Association is calling for presentation proposals for its 2017 Annual General Meeting.
What: ASGA Annual General Meeting
When: January 11 & 12, 2017
Where: Marriott River Cree, Edmonton AB

Who: The ASGA AGM brings together industry representatives from across the province for an agenda on topics such as resource management, the environment, health & safety, policy, general interest and industry updates.

How to get involved
We invite you to submit an abstract on the following topics
  • How are you building the value of your organization within the community you operate in?
  • New and burgeoning technologies within the industry
Do you have another topic of interest that's not on this list?
The ASGA always welcomes new ideas. Submit an abstract with your unique topic but your proposal must include the details of your concept and its relevance to the industry as per our submission checklist below.

Proposals are due September 16th
Submissions must be sent to the ASGA no later than Friday, September 16th  by 5pm. Please send to the attention of:
Alyson Klatt
fax. 780-435-2044
Submission(s) do not guarantee acceptance.
All submissions received become the property of the ASGA, for use in such manner and medium, including electronic media, as the ASGA determines. 
Presenters will be notified by October 1st of decision of acceptance.

Submission Checklist
  • Title of presentation
  • 200 word description that clearly details:
    • key learning outcomes
    • relevance to the aggregate industry and impact on the future.
  • Speaker Information: First Name, Last Name, Company, Position, Address, Email, Phone Number
  • The time frame that is most appropriate for your content (15, 30 or 45 minutes)

Aggregate Facts

In the past 60 years, the per capita consumption of aggregate has increased from 3.5 tonnes per year to 12 tonnes annually.