TRB ADC60 Committee on Resource  Conservation and Recovery

This year’s workshop is in Duluth, Minnesota July 18-21, 2017, and is hosted by the Minnesota DOT, University of Minnesota (UMD) Natural Resources Research Institute and the UMD Center for Economic Development . The theme for this workshop is "Natural Resources, Sustainability, and their Intermodal Connections".  The event is co-sponsored by:
- TRB AFP70 Committee on Aggregates
- TRB AFP40 Committee on GeoEnvironmental Processes
- TRB AFD00(1) Subcommittee on Sustainable Pavements

Please submit your abstracts for presentations and posters no later than April 30, 2017.
If you need assistance in the process, please contact Andy Alden ( or Xianming, Shi (

* 1. Presenter name (last, first)

* 2. Presenter title,position,or role

* 3. Presenter's affiliation

* 4. Presenter's phone number

* 5. Presenter's email address

* 6. Submitter's name (if different than presenter)

* 7. Submitter's e-mail address (if different than presenter)

* 8. Presentation Title

* 9. Presentation abstract (about 200 words or less)

* 10. Presentation topic area(s)

Recycling & Waste Management
Contamination Management and Pollution Prevention
Water Resources: Quality/Conservation/Management
Environmental Management Systems as Springboards for Other Programs
Alternative Use of Transportation Corridors & Properties
Energy Harvesting & Renewable Energy
Environmental Tools (other than green infrastructure rating systems)
Emerging Issues in transportation and the Environment
Winter Maintenance Chemical Management
Green Infrastructure & Rating Systems
Climate Adaptation and Resiliency
Social Equity Issues
Public Private Partnerships and Funding
Aggregate Resource Sustainability and the use of Mining and Industrial By-Products
Intermodal Systems and Natural Resources Nexus
Dredged Material Management and Beneficial Uses
Sustainable Approaches to Pavement Design, Construction, and Maintenance
Brownfield and Mine Land Reclamation & Restoration
Innovative By-Product Utilization
A Fresh View on Transportation and the Environment: Presentations by Young Professionals (less than 5 years since graduation)
Student Posters
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