Hot Topics Breakfasts

October 27 - 30, 2019 | St. Louis, Missouri

Register Now

Hot Topics Breakfasts

Tuesday, October 29, 2019  •  6:45am – 8:30am
Wednesday, October 30, 2019  •  6:45am – 8:30am

 


These highly popular sessions begin with a complimentary continental breakfast followed by peer discussions on the industry’s latest technical/production developments and operating problems.  Open to all conference attendees, these breakfast gatherings provide an opportunity for people with similar interests to get together and discuss topics. 

Please note:

There is limited seating and tables are filling up fast. If you are interested in attending this event, sign-up as soon as possible to ensure you get a spot at the table with the topic that most interests you.

These events are open to all registered attendees but pre-registration is required due to space limitations.

 

Table Topics:

Future of Lime Kiln Burners
        Moderator: Peter Gorog, Houghton Cascade Holdings, LLC

  Nonwood
        Moderator: Mark Lewis, Sustainable Fiber Technologies

•  Brownstock Washing Optimization
        Moderator: TBD

•  Pulp Bleaching Operational Issues
        Moderator: TBD

•  Digester Operation and Control
        Moderator: TBD

•  Capturing engineering talent in the paper industry
        Moderator: Meg Murphy, Felker Brothers

•  Recycle
        Moderator: Kevin Nobling, Graphic Packaging International

C&ME
        Moderator: TBD

•  Hard Scale Formation in Recaust Plants
        Moderator: Alisha Giglio, Hatch

•  Effects of fiber quality and availability on pulp production and quality
        Moderator: TBD

•  Retaining institutional memory in mills with lean staffing and significant turnover
        Moderator: TBD

•  Environmental
        Moderator: Heather Jennings, Probiotic Solution

•  High Value Lignin (Biorefinery)
        Moderator: TBD

•  High Value Cellulose (Biorefinery)
        Moderator: Sudhagar Mani, University of Georgia

•  How to optimize equipment inspections when maintenance budgets are tight
and how to avoid overreaction with Fitness for Service Evaluations
        Moderator: Sandy Sharp, SharpConsultant