2011 PEERS and International Pulp Bleaching Conference Proceedings
The TAPPI PEERS Conference (formerly TAPPI Engineering, Pulping and Environmental Conference) was held on October 2-5 in Portland Oregon. Highlights of the conference content include sessions in the area of Pulping, Engineering, Environmental, Recycling, & Sustainability. The conference theme centered around Optimizing the lean, green machine. TAPPI's PEERS Conference answers the most pressing business and technical questions faced by pulp and paper companies as they manage raw materials, assets, regulatory requirements and production options. With multiple focused tracks, this year the proceedings include 108 manuscripts and presentations which will be a great asset to your technical/educational resources.
The International Pulp Bleaching Conference was held on October 5-7 in conjunction with PEERS. This conference is dedicated to all chemical and engineering aspects of pulp bleaching. Not held since 2008, it is the most important meeting on this subject and attracts a global audience to meet, learn and exchange ideas. This international conference was focused on the newest developments and research advances in the pulp bleaching field: latest mill experiences, current practices, low-cost conversion solutions, performance, environmental concerns, and other relevant issues shaping the industry. 39 manuscripts and powerpoints from the world’s leading experts in Pulp Bleaching are included.
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