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2015 PEERS Conference Offers Learning Opportunities

Friday, October 16, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Atlanta, Ga. – With more than 100 presentations, a New Career Development Track, three workshops, and an informative biorefinery tour , the 2015 PEERS (Pulping, Engineering, Environmental, Recycling, Sustainability) Conference in Atlanta, GA, October 25-28, offers multiple learning opportunities.

TECHNICAL PROGRAM:

PEERS represents the most dynamic, forward-thinking topics in forest products today. The 2015 PEERS conference will help you optimize your processes with the resources you already have. Nine tracks and over 100 presentations are designed and conducted by industry professionals to help you improve your efficiency and your bottom-line. See the full program.

THREE ALL-DAY WORKSHOPS*:

  • Bleach Plant Operations Workshop - You’ll gain a comprehensive understanding of modern pulp bleaching technology directly from leaders in the field.

  • Boilers, Cogeneration and Steam System Controls Optimization Workshop - Participants will understand how to recognize if a plant operates outside of its peak profitability.

  • Brown Stock Washing Workshop - The fundamental applications of displacement, extraction, and dilution washing will be investigated. Water use and reuse will be topically discussed.

PEERS is co-located with the International Bioenergy and Bioproducts Conference, Oct. 28-30. IBBC's highly-focused program includes technical presentations, expert panels, case studies, and reports from projects that offer you a deeper analysis of technology and economics in commercializing biofineries

DESIGNING THE FOREST BIOREFINERY COURSE* 

The TAPPI Biorefinery Design course is being offered immediately following the TAPPI 2015 International Bioenergy & Bioproducts Conference beginning with a 2½-day course starting at noon on Friday 30 Oct., and ending 6pm Sunday 1 Nov. The course targets forestry company biorefinery decision-making, and will address a wide range of key issues for biorefinery strategy and design.

 

*Additional fees required at registration.

 

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