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We are pleased to announce our 30th Annual Conference and Trade Show will be held in Niagara Falls, Ontario at the Fallsview Casino Resort.


In the last four years, the OASIS Conference and Trade Show has grown to be the LARGEST HAULED SEWAGE AND PORTABLE TOILET CONFERENCE IN ONTARIO! The support from our Sponsors and Exhibitors is greatly appreciated and many have had great outcomes with a number of new sales and ongoing clients.


Join us for training, networking, speakers, entertainment and drinks while you highlight your business to key decision-makers! SPACE IS LIMITED SO BOOK EARLY!


Note: The health and safety of our conference guests is our top priority. While we have begun promoting our event and collecting registrations, with the uncertain environment around COVID-19, we will not process any payments until October 1st, 2021. In the event that the Conference and Trade Show is cancelled due to public health restrictions, we will issue full refunds.


To Register: Please fill out the form(s) below and email it back to numair.uppal@oasisontario.on.ca


Who Attends the OASIS Conference and Trade Show?
Our event will provide you with an opportunity to speak directly to installers, inspectors, haulers, designers, manufacturers, educators, and members of the various Ministries that govern our industry.


The OASIS Conference and Trade Show is THE marketplace for the on-site wastewater treatment, hauled sewage and portable sanitation industry, and the exhibit hall is the one stop shop for all business product needs. With dozens of exhibitors displaying in over 6000 square feet of exhibit space, over 200 attendees come to the OASIS Conference and Trade Show to get face-to-face with manufacturers and make buying decisions.
• See the new industry product line for 2022
• Learn about the latest trends and technologies driving the industry
• Meet directly with manufacturers, product and service representatives
• See, touch, and feel the products and equipment and participate in live demonstrations
• Purchase products and equipment right from the exhibit floor– the OASIS Conference and Trade Show is the marketplace where deals get done.


OASIS welcomes a wide range of products and service categories to the conference including:
• Septic Pumping Equipment          • Vacuum Trucks          • Portable Toilets          • Hoses
• Safety Equipment          • Onsite Wastewater Equipment          • Vehicle Maintenance Supplies
• Commercial Insurance          • High Pressure Cleaning Products          • Portable Trailer Units
• Sanitation Supplies          • …and more!


2022 Training Course List

  • C-12 Training Requirements for Drivers of Waste Transportation Vehicles
  • C-12 Training Requirements for Drivers of Waste Transportation Vehicles Renewal
  • Portable Sanitation Association International (PSAI) Basic Service Technician/ Best Practices Training Series (Module 1-3)
  • Portable Sanitation Association International (PSAI) CEU Renewal
  • How to create an Effective Spill Response Plan
  • WHMIS (2015)
  • Due Diligence for Employers and Managers
  • Confined Space Entry Awareness


2022 Exhibitor List

  • Bluedot Marketing
  • Encore Group
  • PolyJohn Canada
  • Vacutrux
  • TOICO Industries
  • Infiltrator Water Technologies
  • Fruitland Manufacturing
  • Elmira Machines
  • McKee Tech
  • HALCO Portables
  • NAPA Canada
  • Water For People
  • Wood Wyant

2022 Tour

As part of our Annual Conference and Trade Show, we strive to organize tours that showcase innovation in the water and wastewater industry. We are pleased to announce that for our 2022 conference we will be visiting Cave Spring Vineyard.

Cave Spring Vineyard is classified as a sustainable grape grower and wine producer, which is to say that we intervene minimally in the vineyard and in the cellars in order to allow nature to take its course as much as possible in the growing of our grapes and the making of our wine. Our goal is to minimize our impact on the environment so as to preserve the natural world we live in for future generations, while recognizing the need to produce wines that meet the expectations of the marketplace, and are economically viable in the long term.

Cave Spring Vineyard is located in a village setting with access to municipal water supplies. As a result, there is no need for water to be transported to our facility or to tap into local aquifers to supply our needs. In 2015 we installed an in-house wastewater treatment system, which uses natural bacteria to pre-treat wastewater prior to entering the municipal sewer system. This treatment means that the municipal infrastructure is not overburdened by wastewater discharged from the winery.  Cave Spring’s wastewater treatment system is a pioneering initiative in the development of sustainable practices within the food and beverage industry in North America.

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2019 Speakers (2022 Speakers TBA)

ShellyTopic: Emerging Septic System Contamination – Marijuana Facilities

Shelly Bonte-Gelok is a licenced professional engineer with a masters degree in Environmental Engineering from the University of Guelph and has worked in private industry, consulting and most people here would have met her when she was the project co-ordinator at the Ontario Rural Wastewater Centre (1999-2001).

 In 2002 Shelly joined the Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks in the Technology Assessment and Standards Development Branch and worked on a variety of files ranging from mercury emissions from incineration and coal fired plants to nutrient management.

 In 2018 Shelly transferred to the Resource Recovery Policy Branch at MECP and in January 2019 she joined the Ontario Clean Water Agency as the Program Manager, Biosolids, Organics and Resource Recovery.

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Topic: Work and Mission of Water for People

Don Hoekstra is a lifelong water quality professional and started his career at the Hinsdale (IL) Sanitary District wastewater plant as an operator at the age of 19. He completed his undergrad education in environmental science while working in progressively more responsible roles in operations of both wastewater treatment plants and public water supply treatment and distribution.

After a decade in operations he embarked on a new path in the emerging residuals and biosolids management business. In addition to establishing biosolids beneficial use programs through agricultural land application, the companies expanded to provide a variety of “in plant” services such as thickening, dewatering, digester and tank cleaning, and lagoon remediation. Equipment was optimized and modified for these purposes, and skills developed for the effective and safe removal and appropriate utilization of a wide variety of organics. Don has been involved in advanced biosolids processing through establishing composting operations and the production of biosolids based fertilizer products through several processes.

He is a life member of the Water Environment Federation, a founding member of the residuals and biosolids committee at the Water Environment Association of Ontario, and has been a frequent speaker and contributor to conferences and seminars. He also serves on the Board of Water For People-Canada.


Topic: Creating a Strong Marketing Presence for your Business

Paul Parsons is an Advisor at Metaii. He has been a member of the Toronto tech scene for the last ten years as an entrepreneur, growth expert and digital educator.  Most recently he held the role of Vertical Lead at Detour UX, where he directed sales, business development and growth for a Digital Strategy and User Experience agency with offices in Toronto and Ottawa.

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Topic: Portable Toilet Best Practices Training and OASIS/MOL Partnership

Matthew Neundorf joined the Ministry of Labour in May of 2013 as a Construction Health and Safety Inspector with the Toronto West office. Prior to life with the Ministry he worked for various mast climbing work platform companies, wearing many hats, holding down the roles of installer, mechanic, project manager and sales person.

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Topic: NAPA and OASIS Partnership Discount Program

Throughout his career, Hitesh Patel worked within the Carquest Auto Parts/ Advance Auto Parts network, where he steadily moved up the ranks, holding positions such as Customer Service Teammate, General Manager for several store operations and Product Category Manager. He holds an undergraduate degree from The University of Toronto and an MBA from McMaster University. Hitesh is an astute professional with a strong commitment to personal development. He also worked outside the automotive industry as a Demand Planner for PepsiCo.

In 2018, Hitesh joined NAPA. His knowledge in the bid and tender process, securing commercial accounts and leading sales team members is key in developing NAPA Auto Part’s Fleet & Government segments in Ontario.

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Topic: Could you Lose Your Personal Assets By Acting as a Director or Officer of a Corporation?

Chad Winger specializes in commercial insurance at Encore Insurance Services which is based in Kitchener. He has over 12 years of property casualty insurance experience and holds the Canadian Accredited Insurance Broker (C.A.I.B.) accreditation.

 With a particular focus on environmental risks and directors’ and officers’ liability, Chad has assisted many members in identifying and managing operational risk exposures using risk mitigation techniques and/ or risk transfer insurance.

 He crafts tailor-made insurance solutions for businesses and acts as an insurance educational resource available to all OASIS members.

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Topic: MTO – What to expect when you’re Inspected

Pete Frazer is a Transportation Enforcement Officer at the Gananoque Truck Inspection Station, where he has worked since 2003. He takes an active part in Kingston’s blitz programs, as well as school bus inspections.



Hotel Booking Information

A room block has been reserved at the Hilton Niagara Falls/Fallsview Hotel & Suites until January 3rd, 2022. Reservations requests received after 5:00 p.m. local time at the Hotel on the cut-off date will be accepted on a space and rate availability basis. All exhibitors are to make their own room reservations. Room prices start at $215.00 (subject to change and availability without notice) with upgrades available on a first come first serve basis. Please contact the hotel at 1-888-370-0325 to reserve your room and quote code OASIS – Ontario Association of Sewage Industry Services.

Hotel Address:
6361 Fallsview Blvd,
Niagara Falls, ON
L2G 7X5
Toll Free: 1-888-370-0325


2019 Conference Agenda (2022 TBA)

2022 Conference Registration Form

2022 Conference Exhibitor Package

2022 Conference Sponsorship Package