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Opportunity to Submit PEERS and IBBC Abstracts Closes Soon
On March 15th, your opportunity to be part of your industry’s premier technical conference will be over. Don’t miss out. Submit your abstract for PEERS or IBBC before it’s too late.
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IBBC Keynote Focuses on Transforming Kraft Pulp Mill into Biorefinery
Interested in developing new revenue streams that will also help you achieve your sustainability goals? Learn how at TAPPI’s 2019 International Bioenergy & Bioproducts Conference (IBBC).
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IBBC: J. Richard Hess Announced as Keynote Speaker
Gain valuable insights on the Department of Energy's renewable programs.
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J. Richard Hess to Keynote IBBC 2020
Gain valuable insight on DOE’s renewable energy programs at International Bioenergy & Bioproducts Conference (IBBC) Virtual Conference, November 2-4. Register today.
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Seed Flax Straw – a Nonwoods Alternative for Paper Pulp
Nonwood fibers have been used in papermaking for thousands of years yet many people think paper is only made from trees. As environmental concerns continue to rise, mills are looking toward nonwoods as a new market opportunity. Learn why at TAPPI’s 2019 International Bioenergy & Bioproducts Conference (IBBC).
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PEERS: Strategies to Improve Mill Energy Usage Unveiled
Can different types of energy storage really help your mill save money?
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IBBC: Turning Sludge into Energy/Reducing Landfill Waste
Using thermochemical conversion to generate two useful byproducts.
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PEERS: New Pulp Mill Revenue Opportunities Discussed
How a new revenue stream for mills may help reduce global warming.
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PEERS and IBBC Go Virtual for 2020 Conference in November
Programs offer a wealth of new technical data and learning opps
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Are We Too Late to Bridge the Knowledge Gap?
Are you losing critical skills and knowledge with each retiring staff member? Do you have a knowledge transfer plan in place for your next generation of workers? Learn about a novel training approach at PEERS 2020. Register today.