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Managing Sustainability in Dentistry Conference, ICELAND July 2018

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MANAGING SUSTAINABILITY IN DENTISTRY CONFERENCE

REYKJAVIK, ICELAND July 2018


DATE (Two Day Conference)

Monday, July 23rd, 2018 from 8:00am to 5:00pm

Tuesday, July 24th, 2018 from 8:00am to 5:00pm


ABOUT THE VENUE

Come join us at Reykjavik’s LEED Certified Harpa Conference Centre, one of the city’s greatest and most distinguished landmarks.

Inspired by Iceland’s iconic fjord landscapes, the Harpa Conference Center has not only become Reykjavik’s new social and cultural hub, but also the recipient of several prestigious awards, such as the 2013 European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award.


Harpa Conference Centre, Event Venue


ABOUT THE CONFERENCE

“Managing Sustainability in Dentistry” dental conference has been created for dental organizations who desire to cost-effectively integrate sustainability into their business operations.

At this conference, leading experts in dentistry and sustainability will present business case studies, examine current industry trends, and speak on diverse topics related to marketing, nutrition, and technology.

Speakers will also provide actionable guidance for how to apply “Standard Practice for Managing Sustainability in Dentistry,” which is a new ethic and voluntary sustainability framework published by ASTM International for the dental community.

By attending this conference, attendees will gain the necessary practice management tools to build and manage organizations that have a greater positive social, environmental and economic impact.



ABOUT ASTM INTERNATIONAL

Founded in 1898, ASTM International has grown into one of the world’s largest international voluntary consensus standards organizations.

Its 30,000 members have worked together to develop over 12,500 voluntary technical standards for a wide range of industries.

Spearheaded by the E60 International Committee on Sustainability, “Standard Practice for Managing Sustainability in Dentistry” required 100% membership approval for publication.



ABOUT ICELAND

Known for its vibrant nightlife, outdoor adventures, and friendly locals, tourism in Iceland has significantly grown in recent years.

Whether visitors would like to whale watch at Faxaflói Bay, hike the Sólheimajökull glacier, or swim in the geothermally heated Blue Lagoon; Iceland has truly become an adventurer’s playground.

Given its advanced waste management systems, lifestyle habits, and methods of food production, Iceland has also become one of the world’s leading sustainability models.

So pack your swimsuit and prepare yourself for the once-in-a-lifetime educational experience that this conference has to offer!

Blue Lagoon, Iceland


Setting the Stage

Brent Nixon, Naturalist, Actor, Producer, Director

Brent Nixon, Naturalist, Actor, Producer, Director


Book Early! Registration is limited to 400

(Ticketed in U.S. dollars; Individuals outside the U.S. may incur an additional fee on card company or bank statements.)

TRAVEL NOTE

Due to elevated tourism in Iceland during the month of July, advance reservations for hotel room and flights are highly encouraged.


SPONSORED BY H. K. ALLISON PROJECTS FOR SUSTAINABILITY

H. K. Allison Projects for Sustainability was formed in 2014. It is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization which
received tax-exempt status on May 25, 2016.

For more information visit our website: www.hkasustainability.org


Contact Us: info@hkasustainability.org (Cut/paste in email program)







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