At WasteExpo, the road ahead is paved with myriad opportunities.

 

From connecting with 14,000 of your peers to doing business with 600+ exhibitors, it’s one event that pays dividends all year long.

 

Preview the latest vehicles, tune in to the latest technology and learn the latest curriculum to improve the environment.

 

For 50+ years, WasteExpo has been driven to give you the best event experience in the solid waste, recycling and organics industry.

 

Join us in NOLA and move in the fast lane of business success.




Co-located Conferences

Prepare for frank talk, innovative ideas, and real action

The tsunami of plastics is here, what now? Amazon has forever changed the waste stream, how do we evolve with it? Textiles and food waste are filling up landfills and causing climate change at a staggering rate. Beyond recycling…how can we all do our part and lead this charge? Landfills alone won’t do the trick. Who’s ready to innovate toward a sustainable future? Let’s tell the story…and talk solutions.

Gain the insights YOU need to succeed

These days, whether you’re financing your business, or thinking about investing in the waste and recycling industry’s latest technology, it’s critical to have all the facts before you make a decision. Over the past eight years, savvy investors and business owners have made the Investor Summit a must-attend event!

Ready to grow your business?

The Waste360 Business Leadership Forum, hosted by Comerica, is designed for environmental services companies looking for business and financial strategies that go beyond day-to-day operations. 

Find the right solutions to your healthcare waste needs

The Healthcare Waste Conference focuses on the regulatory, legislative and technical issues that affect the healthcare waste industry. It’s the only annual conference in the U.S. strictly devoted to healthcare waste.

Take a bite out of food waste and recovery

Attend the WasteExpo Food Recovery Forum where you can learn ways to solve the social and environmental issues of wasted food as well as means to profit from the recovery and reuse of food waste.