PEERS Goes Virtual in November
Superior content and technical learning presented in an easy-to-use interactive platform
With the impacts of COVID-19 still resounding around the world, TAPPI’s popular Pulping, Engineering, Environmental, Recycling and Sustainability (PEERS) and International Bioenergy and Bioproducts Conferences (IBBC) are going virtual on November 2-4, 2020. This change creates an opportunity for many industry professionals to attend and take advantage of the high quality technical sessions, research and keynote addresses without leaving their mill or office.
According to the PEERS Technical Programming Committee, the change to virtual was predicated on safety and innovation. “For mill professionals, it’s not easy spending four days away from operations. Going virtual gives people the chance to access superior programming without leaving the mill. The entire program will be presented on a user-friendly platform with the option to view sessions at a later date.”
PEERS offers attendees a comprehensive technical program focused on critical operational issues. Developed by industry professionals, the peer-reviewed sessions are expert-led and include high-level discussions on key topics including:
Now, more than ever, knowledge sharing is an integral component in the industry’s recovery from the unprecedented COVID-19 global crisis. Save money and time while still offering exceptional training opportunities for employees. Each technical program reinforces industry knowledge with foundational learning sessions and offers insight on how to improve bottom line.
For information, contact TAPPI Division Manager Lisa Stephens at [email protected].
Developed by industry professionals, PEERS offers CEOs, mill managers, superintendents, scientists,
process engineers, and suppliers a comprehensive technical program that is peer-reviewed and expert led.