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ISRI operations forum to provide in-depth education on safe & efficient Scrap Recycling

Industry News 12:51:02PM Sep 11, 2015 Source:SMM

UNITED STATES September 10 2015 6:30 PM     

NEW YORK (Scrap Register):  Registration is now open for the Institute of Scrap Recycling  Industries’ (ISRI) 2015 Operations Forum, to be held September 30- October 3, at  the JW Marriott in Houston, Texas.

The forum is a must attend event for  those responsible for the safe and efficient operation of scrap recycling  facilities. ISRI just announced it has lowered the cost of registration from  $795 (Member)/$1,095 (Nonmember) to $425 (Member)/$725 (Nonmember) from now  until September 30.

“Under difficult market conditions, it is even more  important to make sure you are operating your facility in an efficient and  effective manner,” said Chuck Carr, ISRI’s vice president of member services.  “That is why this year’s Operations Forum is providing one of the strongest  programs in a decade with workshops focused on improving efficiencies,  cost-saving maintenance, and safe operations at a reduced cost.”

The  Operations Forum serves as a mini-convention with programming to help recyclers  design, maintain, and operate more efficient facilities. Attendees of the  Operations Forum can arrange an educational itinerary that best meets their  needs. This year’s sessions are based on two tracks:

--Shredder  Operations—For employees working directly with shredders and for those seeking a  better understanding of materials flow in the yard;

--Yard Design and  Management—For managers and supervisors involved in operations and  personnel.

Registrants may attend any of the sessions. In order to  receive a Certificate of Completion in a single track, participants must attend  all workshop classes in their selected track and General Sessions on Thursday  and Friday, and participate in the Saturday problem-solving workshops.  

Participants who choose programs from different tracks may earn a  General Operations Certificate provided they attend sessions in all available  time segments and attend the general sessions.


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ISRI operations forum to provide in-depth education on safe & efficient Scrap Recycling

Industry News 12:51:02PM Sep 11, 2015 Source:SMM

UNITED STATES September 10 2015 6:30 PM     

NEW YORK (Scrap Register):  Registration is now open for the Institute of Scrap Recycling  Industries’ (ISRI) 2015 Operations Forum, to be held September 30- October 3, at  the JW Marriott in Houston, Texas.

The forum is a must attend event for  those responsible for the safe and efficient operation of scrap recycling  facilities. ISRI just announced it has lowered the cost of registration from  $795 (Member)/$1,095 (Nonmember) to $425 (Member)/$725 (Nonmember) from now  until September 30.

“Under difficult market conditions, it is even more  important to make sure you are operating your facility in an efficient and  effective manner,” said Chuck Carr, ISRI’s vice president of member services.  “That is why this year’s Operations Forum is providing one of the strongest  programs in a decade with workshops focused on improving efficiencies,  cost-saving maintenance, and safe operations at a reduced cost.”

The  Operations Forum serves as a mini-convention with programming to help recyclers  design, maintain, and operate more efficient facilities. Attendees of the  Operations Forum can arrange an educational itinerary that best meets their  needs. This year’s sessions are based on two tracks:

--Shredder  Operations—For employees working directly with shredders and for those seeking a  better understanding of materials flow in the yard;

--Yard Design and  Management—For managers and supervisors involved in operations and  personnel.

Registrants may attend any of the sessions. In order to  receive a Certificate of Completion in a single track, participants must attend  all workshop classes in their selected track and General Sessions on Thursday  and Friday, and participate in the Saturday problem-solving workshops.  

Participants who choose programs from different tracks may earn a  General Operations Certificate provided they attend sessions in all available  time segments and attend the general sessions.