Full Technical Program Announced

Pulping, Engineering, Environmental, Recycling, and Sustainability, (PEERS) represents the most dynamic, forward-thinking topics in forest products today. Our technical program includes: 9 tracks, dozens of presentations, 3 all-day workshops, and 3 career developmental tutorials. Offering simple adjustments to your operations, PEERS will help you optimize your processes with the resources you already have. Each track is designed to help you improve your efficiency and your bottom-line: Pulping, Biorefinery, Nonwoods, Engineering, Environmental, Recycling, and Sustainability. Read More.

Expert Program & Access: The PEERS Advantage

As an acronym for Pulping, Engineering, Environmental, Recycling, Sustainability, PEERS represents the most dynamic, forward-leaning topics in the forest products arena today. PEERS offers an expert-led program that has been proven to provide real-world results in each of these critical areas of the mill. Planned and led by working professions, every session has been designed to address real challenges attendees face on the job. But PEERS is more than an acronym�it represents a peer-focused approach� read the complete article.

Our Keynote

Embracing Sustainability as a Business Framework to Enhance Long-Term Shareholder Value

The pulp and paper industry has undergone radical change over the past 100 years � from how we manage forests and source raw materials, to technological advances in production technologies, to significantly lowering our environmental footprint, to achieving great success in recovering used paper products, to how we engage with stakeholders. Read the complete article, and learn more about Mr. Williams

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