Register today for the 2017 U.S. Product Stewardship Forum
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This year's Forum will highlight current product stewardship trends in the U.S., focusing on packaging, pharmaceuticals, paint, electronics, HHW, and other priority products. In Product Stewardship Institute style, each session will be highly participatory, designed for multi-stakeholder discussion of cutting-edge topics. Worldwide leaders will assess the successes and challenges of extended producer responsibility programs and provide the context needed to help us advance the product stewardship movement in the U.S.


Please register yourself first. You will be prompted to register additional attendees, if desired, before you finalize your registration. 

Registration Rates

Registration Type  Early Bird Registration
Rate (Extended through April 22)
Regular Registration Rate  July 25, 2017 Only Rate
Non-Member/Partner + Affiliate Members   $475 $495 $395
PSI Full Members + Sustaining Partners
(log in to receive your discount)
Government $385 $405 $350
Nonprofit, Academic, + Sole Practitioner 
(PROs must register at Corporate rate)
$385 $405 $350
Corporate + Non-U.S. Government  $405 $425 $365
PSI Standard Partners 
(log in to receive your discount)
Nonprofit, Academic, + Sole Practitioners
(PROs must register at Corporate rate)
$405 $425 $375
Corporate +Non-US Government 
$425 $445 $385


Web Access: Registration Rates 

Web Access (Register by Session) Time  Non-Members/Partners + Affiliate Members  Full Members + All Partners (Log in to receive your discount) 
Session 1 - July 25 AM 8:15am - 12:30pm  $150 $100 
Session 2 - July 25 PM 1:45pm - 5:30pm  $150  $100
Session 3 - July 26 AM 8:00am - 1:00pm  $150 $100


Conference Agenda + Speakers
Agenda available now! Learn more about our speakers in our newly released speaker bios packet.  


PSI has reserved a block of rooms at the beautiful, historic Omni Parker House Hotel. Book your hotel room today to take advantage of the discounted conference block rate of $233/night. 

Omni Parker House Hotel
60 School Street
Boston, MA 02108

The 2017 U.S. Product Stewardship Forum is an ideal event for promoting your brand to a wide range of product stewardship professionals. Click here for our Sponsorship Opportunities. Please contact Suzy Whalen at (617) 236-8293 to sign up or with any questions. 

A special thank you to our current sponsors: 












Explore Boston with us

PSI is planning some fun activities that allow you to see Boston while networking with your fellow product stewardship professionals. These include: 

  • Monday, July 24 at 6pm: Duck Tour + Bowling and Dinner at Kings ($85) 
  • Tuesday, July 25 at 7:30pm: Post-Reception Networking Dinner at Marliave ($70) 

Easily add these events to your registration by checking the box under "Dinners, Tours, and Extra-Curriculars." Please click here for additional details on each of these opportunities. 


Why should you attend? See what last year's attendees had to say...

"It would be hard to improve on the 2015 Boston Forum - it was the best conference I've been to in many years. I had the clear sense that we had the world's experts in the room. The level of information exchange and conversation was outstanding." 
- Local government representative

"I really enjoyed connecting with the individuals there - experts, thought leaders, and entrepreneurs."
- Business consultant

"The open panel format with audience participation was great!" 
- Industry association representative

"The venue was great, the food fabulous, and the session facilitation terrific, leaving a lot of time for questions. This audience input added great value." 
- State government representative

"The 'Exploring EPR for Packaging' panel was off-the-charts excellent. One of the best sessions I've ever attended in over a 40+ year career! Not only were the panelists clearly experts in their fields, but what they had to say blew us away."
- Local government representative


Visit the 2015 U.S. Product Stewardship Forum page to view the speakers and program from last year's event! 

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