We’ve Brought Back the Sizzle!

It’s always breakfast time somewhere around the world. But whether you are enjoying breakfast, lunch or a simple coffee break, don’t miss the opportunity to be part of PEERS 2020 Hot Topics Breakfasts, November 2 & 3. Each discussion, moderated by an industry expert, focuses on a specific topic that is “hot” in the industry right now. The new virtual format allows pulp and paper professionals from around the world a chance to share experiences, knowledge and ideas as well as ask questions about areas most relevant to them. Topics include:

Monday, November 2nd – 12:15pm-1:15pm

  • Practical Strategies for Reducing Pulp & Paper Mill Energy Use
  • Bleach Plant Materials and How Selection has Changed With Process Improvements and Material Availability
  • The Environmental Impact of a Changing Climate For The Pulp and Paper Industry
  • Brown Stock Washing
  • Modeling Oxygen Delignification

Tuesday, November 3rd – 12:30pm-1:30pm

  • Data Management Tools Best Practices
  • Hard Scale Formation in Causticizing Plants
  • Bleach Plant
  • Personnel and Process Safety in Pine Chemicals Recovery

PEERS 2020
Today’s mill operating teams are looking for timely, actionable information that can help them operate faster, better and more efficiently. And, there’s no better resource than TAPPI’s Pulping, Engineering, Environmental, Recycling and Sustainability (PEERS) Conference. PEERS new, all-virtual format creates an opportunity for industry professionals to participate in high quality technical sessions, research, keynote addresses, and networking events without leaving their mill or office. Mills can save money and time while still offering exceptional training opportunities to employees. They can also take advantage of special group pricing. Registered attendees can attend the virtual sessions live or watch them “on demand” up to a year later!

The comprehensive, peer-reviewed program includes tracks focused on the environment and sustainability, pulping, bleaching, engineering, reliability, corrosion, materials, energy, recovery, lime kiln, recaust, nonwoods and recycling.

View full technical program for presentations and speakers

PaperChase Fun Run/Walk
Attendees are encouraged to also participate in the first-ever virtual PaperChase Fun Run/Walk. Whether you choose to run, walk or just relax, you can support the Engineering Scholarship program and help students achieve a bright future in the pulp and paper industry. Learn more.

Two Events. One Registration Fee
PEERS is co-located with the International Bioenergy & Bioproducts Conference (IBBC). Participants can attend both virtual events for only one registration fee.

For Conference details and to register, visit tappipeers.org