Leave a Legacy for Future Generations at PEERS
Facing an aging workforce, the pulp and paper industry needs to focus its attention on drawing more young professionals to its ranks. Mills and other organizations must have a solid plan for the transfer of knowledge before it’s too late. Seasoned professionals can have a huge impact on the industry and leave a legacy for the future by sharing their expertise with the younger generation just starting their paper and packaging careers.
TAPPI’s Pulping, Engineering, Environmental, Recycling and Sustainability (PEERS) Conference, November 1-4 in Atlanta, GA, is an ideal platform for pulp and paper professionals to share a new technology, advancement, process improvement, or research project with the industry. Known as one of the leading technical conferences in the industry, PEERS draws professionals and academics from around the world. Its comprehensive technical program emphasizes new methods and best practices to help mills optimize operations and reach their sustainability goals. The Conference provides mills and other professionals the opportunity to learn from industry experts in a presentation setting, as well as engage in peer-to-peer discussions during panel sessions, committee meetings and roundtables. PEERS also offers multiple networking events and includes an exhibit floor where attendees can speak face-to-face with suppliers about the latest technologies and solutions.
PEERS is currently seeking manuscripts that provide reports or case studies on new advances in technology, increases in efficiency and reliability and fundamental process knowledge. Industry professionals are invited to share their latest successes with their peers from around the world and should submit an abstract by March 20, 2020. All submissions will be peer reviewed for acceptance. To learn more about suggested topics and abstract submittal, visit tappipeers.org.
PEERS 2020 is co-located with the International Bioenergy & Bioproducts Conference (IBBC). IBBC is also accepting abstracts for their technical program. Learn more.
The deadline to submit abstracts for both Conferences is March 20.