Global Experts Headline at PEERS 2019
Industry leaders from around the world are scheduled to headline at PEERS 2019.
There's no better place to find the technical knowledge and personal contacts you need to make your pulp and paper mill more effective and to boost your career than at TAPPI’s Pulping, Engineering, Environmental, Recycling and Sustainability (PEERS) Conference, October 27-30, 2019 in St. Louis, MO.
Considered a key training resource for mills, PEERS offers a unique, peer-focused approach where leading-edge technical knowledge is presented alongside opportunities for face-to-face access with industry experts, peers and colleagues. Attendees are active participants and contributors to Q&A sessions, panel discussions, and roundtable forums, and TAPPI's peer-review process for speaker selection assures the highest-quality presentations with minimal commercialism.
This year, over 85 industry leaders from around the world will share their expertise on new technologies and process advancements. They will also present fundamental process knowledge for those new to the industry and address key operational issues mills face each day. The 4-day Conference features seven tracks including: Engineering, Reliability, Corrosions and Materials; Energy, Recovery, Lime Kiln and Recaust; Pulping and Bleaching; Environmental; Sustainability; Recycling Forum; and Nonwood. View the speakers and presentations.
Popular Sessions and Events
PEERS is happy to announce that many popular sessions and events will be returning for 2019. Many require advance registration and fill up quickly. Registered attendees should sign-up for their desired events as soon as possible by contacting the TAPPI Member Connection Center at 1.800.332.8686 or [email protected].
- Four Workshops provide hands-on experience: Bleach Plant Operations, Brown Stock Washing, Project Management and an Introduction to Lean Six Sigma.
- Hot Topics Breakfasts focus on current operational issues.
- PaperChase Fun Run/Walk gives back to the industry with scholarships for students.
- PEERS and IBBC Conference Dinners are a great way to network with old and new industry friends in a relaxed atmosphere
PEERS also offers a fun river cruise event for attendees’ spouses and guests. The program is complimentary but registration is required.
PEERS is co-located with the International Bioenergy & Bioproducts Conference (IBBC) and 12th Research Forum on Recycling. Attendees can attend all three events for only one registration fee.
PEERS attendees are encouraged to stay at the Hyatt Regency St. Louis at the Arch, the same location as the Conference. The hotel is located in the heart of downtown St. Louis near the iconic Gateway Arch grounds and scenic riverfront. Rooms fill up as the Conference draws near so attendees should book their hotel room as soon as possible to ensure availability.