Where the industry evolves
The Resource Recycling Conference and Trade Show, in partnership with the The Recycling Partnership, Association of Plastic Recyclers and National Recycling Coalition, is the must-attend conference for the recycling industry’s most influential policy leaders, CEOs and government officials. The conference, now entering its 10th year, is your opportunity to network with clients, prospective partners, vendors and top materials management decision-makers all in one location, saving you precious time and travel expenses. The conference’s lineup of education sessions will offer attendees the latest on materials processing trends, tactics to boost diversion rates, legislative talking points, market analysis and much more.
The Resource Recycling Conference and Trade Show shines a light on the topics most relevant to recycling and composting professionals. Experts from across the field will share fresh research findings and delve into key company developments and informed prognoses of the future.
Here’s a sneak peek at some of the issues set to be explored in New Orleans:
• Concerns and opportunities in plastics
• The latest from Asia
• Drilling down on contamination
• Paper recycling tipping point
• Safety throughout the chain
The Resource Recycling Conference and Trade Show has teamed up with SWANA to offer continuing education units for attending the conference sessions. SWANA is the leading source of solid waste training and education throughout North America for facility policy-makers, mangers, owners and operators, and industry consultants.
What is your kW and water use per unit of production?
Join leading plant engineers, maintenance managers and energy managers at the 2019 Best Practices Expo & Conference.
The BEST PRACTICES 2019 conference is designed to educate and provide tools to the people who make industrial utility projects happen at a factory. Factory personnel (General Managers, Production Managers, Energy Managers, Plant Engineers, Maintenance Managers) will convene here to identify Key Performance Indicators, learn to measure them and identify projects to reduce kW and H2O consumption per unit of product produced.
All levels of expertise from the compressed air, vacuum, blower and cooling system industries will attend to either share or enhance their knowledge of these systems. Sales engineers, in particular, will be trained on techniques to help their industrial accounts embrace these opportunities. Specifying engineers and utility incentive program representatives will also attend to learn to better advise their industrial accounts.
Key topics will include:
- Track 1: Compressed Air Supply Strategies
- Track 2: Compressed Air Demand Reduction
- Track 3: Blower and Vacuum Optimization
- Track 4: Cooling Systems and Energy Management